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(__?__) Clark1

d. circa 1636
ááááá(__?__) Clark married Frances (__?__). He died circa 1636.

Child of (__?__) Clark and Frances (__?__)

Citations

  1. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 1:7.

Mary Clark

b. 1636, d. 28 April 1663
Mary Clark|b. 1636\nd. 28 Apr 1663|p33.htm#i802|(__?__) Clark|d. c 1636|p33.htm#i801|Frances (__?__)|d. 27 Sep 1690|p21.htm#i525|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMary Clark was born in 1636.1 She was the daughter of (__?__) Clark and Frances (__?__). She married John Strong II on 26 November 1656. She died on 28 April 1663 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..

Citations

  1. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 1:7.

George Phelps

b. circa 1605, d. 8 May 1687

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááGeorge Phelps was born circa 1605 possibly in Porlock, England. He married (1) Phillury Randall, daughter of Philip Randall and Joan (__?__), circa 1637.1,2 He married (2) Frances (__?__) (widow of Thomas Dewey and (__?__) Clark) on 2 November 1648 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..3,4 He died on 8 May 1687 in Westfield, Hampshire (Hampden a. 1812), Mass..5
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Immigration: before 1635, Possibly the "George P--?--" on the "Recovery" which arrived from Weymouth in June/July 1634.
Freeman: on 6 May 1635 in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Mass..
Religion/Church: A member of Mr Warham's Church.
Education: Signed with his mark. Books were included in his will.
Residence: in 1635 From Dorchester to Windsor with Warham.
Residence: in 1667 Removed from Windsor to Westfield, Massachusetts.
Residence: on 9 January 1667/68 Listed as one of the first of Main St. in Westfield, MA.
Military Service: 1658 - the Troop of Horse serving under Capt. John Mason; Undoubtedly served in King Philip's War in 1675.6

áááááThe origin of George Phelps is unknown. Though many claim that he is the brother of William Phelps, there is no documentation to support this so we must consider this conjecture. It is likely that the English origin of George might be found in either Porlock or Crewkerne. In some manner as yet undetermined, George Phelps was an uncle of Elisha Hart, son of Edmund Hart.
áááááPossibly the George P[ __ ] on the "Recovery" which sailed from Weymouth and arrived in Massachusetts Bay in June/July 1634, our first record of George Phelps is when he was chosen as one of ten men "to order the affairs of the Colony for one year." He was made a Freeman on 6 May 1635 and was probably among the first of those who made the trek to the Connecticut River and settled Windsor in 1635.
áááááOn March 11, 1658, the General Court met in Hartford and established a Troop of Horse to act in the colonies defense under the direct command of Captain John Mason. These troops were to outfit themselves with their own horse, armor and firearms. The thirty-seven men who made up this troop were, for the most part, of the second generation and sons of some of the most influential families in the colony. Many of the men found among these original thirty-seven would eventually help shape the future of the Colony. Among these influential men we find George Phelps. In 1637 George married Phillury Randall and their first child would be born the following year. On Sunday 11 October 1640 "While Mr. Hunt [sic. Huitt] was preaching to the good people of Windsor, from Romans 12-17, during the lecture George Phelps's house was burned so that it (the house) went over." After the fire he resided on the Dewey lot North of the Palisado. Phillury died in April of 1648 leaving George with three young sons. The following November George married Frances who would give George Phelps three more sons. Frances was the widow of Thomas Dewey and the widow of an unknown Clark.
áááááEarlier assertions that Frances was first married to Joseph Clark of Windsor appear unfounded so there is little known of her origins. In Dorchester Massachusetts in 1640 there were three brothers William, Thomas and George Clark. These brothers "died soon after, and nearly at the same time." It could be possible that Frances was of this family.
áááááOur descent in this line is from Isaac Phelps, the son of George and his first wife Phillury Randall. In an interesting genealogical note, we also descend in another line from his second wife, the widow Frances and her second husband Thomas Dewey.
áááááIn 1668 George applied for renewal of a grant of land he had received in Westfield Massachusetts and, in 1670, he moved the remainder of his family to Westfield. It's probable that some of his sons had already taken up residence in Westfield. Indian trouble was brewing and these were dangerous times to take up residence in outlying areas. Such a move would not be for the faint of heart and George's military experience was probably valued in the new settlement.
áááááIn April of 1687 George deeded a considerable portion of his Westfield land to John Gunn. It may be that he intended to return to Windsor, however, this he did not do as he died the following month.

Children of George Phelps and Phillury Randall

Children of George Phelps and Frances (__?__)

Citations

  1. [S101] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages, George Phelps entry.
  2. [S220] Connecticut Historical Society, Matthew Grant Records, 56.
  3. [S284] NEHGR, "Records of Windsor, Ct.", 5(1851):359.
  4. [S220] Connecticut Historical Society, Matthew Grant Records, 56, 198.
  5. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, 2:590.
  6. [S63] Register of the Society of Colonial Wars.

Mr. Henry Wolcott

b. 6 December 1579, d. 30 May 1655
Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|John Wolcott|b. c 1525\nd. bt 9 Feb 1571 - Apr 1572|p171.htm#i4269|Agnes (__?__)|d. Nov 1606|p171.htm#i4274|||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááMr. Henry Wolcott was baptized on 6 December 1579 in Lidiard St. Lawrence, Somerset, England.1 He was the son of John Wolcott Jr. and Agnes Cross. He married, at age 27, Elizabeth Saunders, age 22, daughter of Thomas Saunders and Anne Blake, on 19 January 1606/7 in Parish of Lidiard, St. Lawrence, Somerset, England.2 He died on 30 May 1655 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 75.3 He was buried in the Palisado Cemetery (stone), Windsor, Conn.
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Immigration: on 30 May 1630, Arrived on the "Mary & John" from England.
Freeman: on 19 October 1630 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Mass..
Public Office: Elected as a member of the first General Assembly of Connecticut, 1637; Elected to the House of Magistrates (Senate) of Connecticut and was re-elected yearly until his death, 1643-1655.
Residence: in 1635 An original proprietor of Windsor, CT.
Cemetery: Palisado Cemetery, Windsor; Stone, N41°51.553', W72°38.349.'

áááááHenry Wolcott was born in England into society at the family estate of Galdon Manor, the second son of John Wolcott. Becoming involved in the Puritan movement, he removed to America and is listed as a passenger on the ship "Mary and John" arriving in 1630. Henry and his wife arrived in New England with their three oldest sons, leaving their two daughters and youngest son behind to join them later. Henry was made a freeman on October 19th, 1630, removed from Dorchester to Windsor in 1635. In 1637, Henry is elected a member of the lower house of the first Gen'l Assembly of Connecticut. In 1643 he was elected elected to the House of Magistrates (Senate) of Connecticut and was re-elected yearly until his death. Henry was, after the pastor, the most prominent and influential resident of Windsor.
áááááAt his death, Henry left an estate of £764. The fact that he sold £8,000 worth of estate in England before emigrating to New England indicates the monetary risks in investments in early New England.
áááááSome of our Wolcott cousins descended from Henry Wolcott include: Signer of the Declaration of Independence and Delegate to the Continental Congress, 1775-1778; Governors of Connecticut (2), and Massachusetts; Congressmen from Michigan; Senator of Colorado and Delaware; U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.

Children of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders

Citations

  1. [S289] NEHGR, Myrtle Stevens Hyde, "A Wolcott Correction", 157(2003):256.
  2. [S143] Chandler Wolcott, Wolcott Genealogy, 34.
  3. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, 2:800.

John Wolcott Jr.

b. circa 1550, d. 1623
John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|John Wolcott|b. c 1525\nd. bt 9 Feb 1571 - Apr 1572|p171.htm#i4269|Agnes (__?__)|d. Nov 1606|p171.htm#i4274|Thomas Wolcott|b. c 1500\nd. c 1555|p171.htm#i4270||||||||||

Relationship=11th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááJohn Wolcott Jr. was born circa 1550 in Tolland, Somerset, England.1 He was the son of John Wolcott and Agnes (__?__). He married Agnes Cross on 9 February 1578/79 in Lidiard St. Lawrence, Somerset, England.2 He died in 1623 in England.

Children of John Wolcott Jr. and Agnes Cross

Citations

  1. [S302] John B. Wolcott and Charles Waid, Wolcott Immigrants, IX.
  2. [S289] NEHGR, Myrtle Stevens Hyde, "A Wolcott Correction", 157(2003):256.

Christopher Wolcott

b. circa 1583, d. 25 March 1639
Christopher Wolcott|b. c 1583\nd. 25 Mar 1639|p33.htm#i806|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|John Wolcott|b. c 1525\nd. bt 9 Feb 1571 - Apr 1572|p171.htm#i4269|Agnes (__?__)|d. Nov 1606|p171.htm#i4274|||||||

Relationship=10th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááChristopher Wolcott was born circa 1583 in Tolland, Somerset, England. He was the son of John Wolcott Jr. and Agnes Cross. He married Mary Greenslade, daughter of John Greenslade, in 1620. He died on 25 March 1639 in Wellington, England, without issue.

Elizabeth Saunders

b. 20 December 1584, d. 7 July 1655
Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|||||||||||||

Relationship=10th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááElizabeth Saunders was born on 20 December 1584 in Lydiard St. Lawrence, Somerset, England.1,2 She was the daughter of Thomas Saunders and Anne Blake. She married, at age 22, Mr. Henry Wolcott, age 27, son of John Wolcott Jr. and Agnes Cross, on 19 January 1606/7 in Parish of Lidiard, St. Lawrence, Somerset, England.2 She died on 7 July 1655 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 70.3 She was buried in the Palisado Cemetery (stone), Windsor, Conn.
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Immigration: on 30 May 1630, Arrived on the "Mary & John" from England.
Cemetery: Palisado Cemetery, Windsor; Stone, N41°51.553', W72°38.349.'

Children of Elizabeth Saunders and Mr. Henry Wolcott

Citations

  1. [S258] Maude Pinney Kuhns, The Mary & John, 85, b. 1584, dau. of Thomas Saunders.
  2. [S143] Chandler Wolcott, Wolcott Genealogy, 34.
  3. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, 2:800.

Christopher Wolcott

b. circa 1615, d. 7 September 1662
Christopher Wolcott|b. c 1615\nd. 7 Sep 1662|p33.htm#i808|Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááChristopher Wolcott was born circa 1615 in England. He was the son of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders. He died on 7 September 1662 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., unmarried.

George Wolcott

b. circa 1612, d. 12 February 1661/62
George Wolcott|b. c 1612\nd. 12 Feb 1661/62|p33.htm#i809|Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááGeorge Wolcott was born circa 1612 in England. He was the son of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders. He married Elizabeth Treat, daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylord, circa 1649. He died on 12 February 1661/62 in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Conn..

Henry Wolcott

b. 21 January 1610/11, d. 12 July 1680
Henry Wolcott|b. 21 Jan 1610/11\nd. 12 Jul 1680|p33.htm#i810|Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááHenry Wolcott was born on 21 January 1610/11. He was the son of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders. He married, at age 30, Sarah Newberry, daughter of Mr. Thomas Newberry, on 8 November 1641. He died on 12 July 1680 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 69.
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Military Service: in 1676 King Philip's War.

Anna Wolcott

b. circa 1620
Anna Wolcott|b. c 1620|p33.htm#i811|Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|

Relationship=9th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááAnna Wolcott was born circa 1620 in England. She was the daughter of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders. She married Matthew Griswold, son of George Griswold and (__?__) (__?__), on 16 October 1646 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..

John Wolcott

b. 1 October 1607, d. before 1655
John Wolcott|b. 1 Oct 1607\nd. b 1655|p33.htm#i812|Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJohn Wolcott was baptized on 1 October 1607 in England. He was the son of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders. He died before 1655 in England without issue.

Simon Wolcott

b. 11 September 1625, d. 11 September 1687
Simon Wolcott|b. 11 Sep 1625\nd. 11 Sep 1687|p33.htm#i813|Mr. Henry Wolcott|b. 6 Dec 1579\nd. 30 May 1655|p33.htm#i804|Elizabeth Saunders|b. 20 Dec 1584\nd. 7 Jul 1655|p33.htm#i807|John Wolcott Jr.|b. c 1550\nd. 1623|p33.htm#i805|Agnes Cross||p162.htm#i4046|Thomas Saunders||p30.htm#i739|Anne Blake||p30.htm#i738|

Relationship=9th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSimon Wolcott was born on 11 September 1625 in Tolland, Somerset, England. He was the son of Mr. Henry Wolcott and Elizabeth Saunders. He married (1), at age 31, Joanna Cook, age 18, daughter of Capt. Aaron Cook and Mary Cook, on 19 March 1657 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He married (2), at age 36, Martha Pitkin, age 21, daughter of William Pitkin and Eliazbeth Hastings, on 17 October 1661. He died on 11 September 1687 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 62.

Child of Simon Wolcott and Martha Pitkin

Elizabeth Gunn

b. 14 October 1640, d. 3 January 1655
Elizabeth Gunn|b. 14 Oct 1640\nd. 3 Jan 1655|p33.htm#i814|Thomas Gunn|d. 26 Feb 1680/81|p24.htm#i584|(__?__) (__?__)|d. 28 Nov 1678|p36.htm#i895|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááElizabeth Gunn was born on 14 October 1640 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Thomas Gunn and (__?__) (__?__). She died on 3 January 1655 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 14.

Mehitable Gunn

b. 28 June 1644, d. after 1708
Mehitable Gunn|b. 28 Jun 1644\nd. a 1708|p33.htm#i815|Thomas Gunn|d. 26 Feb 1680/81|p24.htm#i584|(__?__) (__?__)|d. 28 Nov 1678|p36.htm#i895|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMehitable Gunn was born on 28 June 1644 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Thomas Gunn and (__?__) (__?__). She married (1), at age 19, David Ensign, son of James Ensign and Sarah (__?__), on 20 October 1663. She and David Ensign were divorced in October 1682. She married (2) Isaac Sheldon (of Northampton), son of Ralph Sheldon and Barbara Stone, in 1685. She died after 1708.

John Gunn

b. 8 June 1647, d. 17 September 1736
John Gunn|b. 8 Jun 1647\nd. 17 Sep 1736|p33.htm#i816|Thomas Gunn|d. 26 Feb 1680/81|p24.htm#i584|(__?__) (__?__)|d. 28 Nov 1678|p36.htm#i895|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJohn Gunn was born on 8 June 1647 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of Thomas Gunn and (__?__) (__?__). He married, at age 32, Mary Williams, age 26, daughter of John Williams and Mary Burley, on 22 June 1679 in Westfield, Hampden Co., Mass.. He died on 17 September 1736 in Westfield, Hampden Co., Mass., at age 89.

David Ensign

b. circa 1644, d. 12 December 1727
David Ensign|b. c 1644\nd. 12 Dec 1727|p33.htm#i817|James Ensign|d. bt 23 Nov 1670 - 23 Dec 1670|p133.htm#i3325|Sarah (__?__)|d. 1676|p133.htm#i3326|||||||||||||
áááááDavid Ensign was born circa 1644. He was the son of James Ensign and Sarah (__?__). He married Mehitable Gunn, age 19, daughter of Thomas Gunn and (__?__) (__?__), on 20 October 1663. He and Mehitable Gunn were divorced in October 1682. He died on 12 December 1727 in West Hartford, Hartford Co., Conn..

Richard Vore

b. circa 1600, d. 22 August 1683

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááRichard Vore was born circa 1600 possibly in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.1 He married Ann (__?__) circa 1629 in England.1 He died on 22 August 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..2,1
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Immigration: circa 1634, Prob. from Crewkerne, Somerset, England.
Residence: in 1635 at Windsor, CT.
Military Service: circa 1675 Member of Windsor Military Co.3

áááááThe records concerning the family of Richard Vore (Voare) are quite meager. He left no sons, consequently there was no one in New England who bore his name after his death, and so family historians have not been much interested in him.
áááááHe probably came to New England in the latter part of 1633 or in 1634, and settled first at Dorchester, where he was a member of the Rev. John Warham's church. He did not remain there long, but removed to Connecticut with the first settlers of Windsor in 1635 where he had a house-lot by 1640.
áááááHe resided in Windsor, south of the rivulet, or little river in the vicinity of the mill; between that and the foot of Stony Hill, and in his immediate neighborhood, were located Rev. John Warham.
ááááá"He also owned meadow land between the Rivulet and Mill Brook, where the latter empties into the former, called upon the records Vore's Point." Rev. Mr. Warham requested the privilege to build a little house upon his land for Mary Jones, "Whereas Richard Vore upon Mr. John Warham's request, formerly gave him liberty to build a little house upon his land joining the north end of his [Vore's] then and now dwelling house for the use of his kinswoman Mary Jones to dwell in during her life, and at her death to give it to the said Richard; and the said Mary Jones being now deceased; this is to testify that I John Warham do hereby alienate assign and set over the said house I builded as aforesaid to Richard Vore of Windsor in the County of Hartford Conn. &c., &c., Dated Dec. 15, 1666."
áááááIn his will, Richard Vore named his wife, Ann, sole executrix and provided that she was to have his house, lands, and goods for life, and that at her death the house and home-lot were to go to his youngest daughter Abigail, wife of Timothy Buckland, for her life, and then to her children. It is probable that his other daughters had been portioned at marriage.

Children of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__)

Citations

  1. [S141] TAG, "A Clue to the English Origins of Richard Voare (or Vore) of Dorchester and Windsor", 126(1950):67.
  2. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, 774.
  3. [S63] Register of the Society of Colonial Wars.

Ann (__?__)

d. 7 December 1683

Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááAnn (__?__) married Richard Vore circa 1629 in England.1 She died on 7 December 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1
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Immigration: before 1635, from Crewkerne, Somerset, England, with her husband.

Children of Ann (__?__) and Richard Vore

Citations

  1. [S141] TAG, "A Clue to the English Origins of Richard Voare (or Vore) of Dorchester and Windsor", 126(1950):67.

Sarah Vore

b. circa 1635, d. 1 January 1675/76
Sarah Vore|b. c 1635\nd. 1 Jan 1675/76|p33.htm#i820|Richard Vore|b. c 1600\nd. 22 Aug 1683|p33.htm#i818|Ann (__?__)|d. 7 Dec 1683|p33.htm#i819|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSarah Vore was born circa 1635 probably in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Mass.. She was the daughter of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__). She married Benjamin Parsons, age 28, son of William Parsons and Margaret Hoskins, on 6 October 1653 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died on 1 January 1675/76 in Springfield, Mass..

Children of Sarah Vore and Benjamin Parsons

Lydia Vore

b. 29 March 1633, d. 18 June 1698
Lydia Vore|b. 29 Mar 1633\nd. 18 Jun 1698|p33.htm#i821|Richard Vore|b. c 1600\nd. 22 Aug 1683|p33.htm#i818|Ann (__?__)|d. 7 Dec 1683|p33.htm#i819|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááLydia Vore was baptized on 29 March 1633 in Crewkerne, Somerset, England.1 She was the daughter of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__). She married, at age 16, Nathaniel Cook on 29 June 1649 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died on 18 June 1698 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 65.

Children of Lydia Vore and Nathaniel Cook

Citations

  1. [S141] TAG, "A Clue to the English Origins of Richard Voare (or Vore) of Dorchester and Windsor", 126(1950):68.

Mary Vore

b. circa 1630, d. before 1 July 1683
Mary Vore|b. c 1630\nd. b 1 Jul 1683|p33.htm#i822|Richard Vore|b. c 1600\nd. 22 Aug 1683|p33.htm#i818|Ann (__?__)|d. 7 Dec 1683|p33.htm#i819|||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMary Vore was born circa 1630 in England. She was the daughter of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__). She married Alexander Alvord, age 29, son of Thomas Alvord and Joan Hoskins, on 29 October 1656 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died before 1 July 1683 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Mass..

Alexander Alvord

b. 15 October 1627, d. 3 October 1683
Alexander Alvord|b. 15 Oct 1627\nd. 3 Oct 1683|p33.htm#i823|Thomas Alvord||p122.htm#i3035|Joan Hoskins||p122.htm#i3036|||||||||||||
áááááAlexander Alvord was baptized on 15 October 1627 in Bridport, Dorset, England. He was the son of Thomas Alvord and Joan Hoskins. He married, at age 29, Mary Vore, daughter of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__), on 29 October 1656 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died on 3 October 1683 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Mass., at age 55.

Nathaniel Cook1

d. 19 May 1688
áááááNathaniel Cook married Lydia Vore, age 16, daughter of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__), on 29 June 1649 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died on 19 May 1688 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..

Children of Nathaniel Cook and Lydia Vore

Citations

  1. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, p. 774.

Benjamin Parsons1

b. 1 May 1625, d. 24 August 1689
Benjamin Parsons|b. 1 May 1625\nd. 24 Aug 1689|p33.htm#i825|William Parsons|b. c 1570\nd. bt 19 Feb 1653 - 19 Mar 1653|p121.htm#i3023|Margaret Hoskins|d. c 1655|p121.htm#i3024|||||||||||||
áááááBenjamin Parsons was baptized on 1 May 1625 in St. Mary's Church, Beaminster, Dorset, England. He was the son of William Parsons and Margaret Hoskins. He married, at age 28, Sarah Vore, daughter of Richard Vore and Ann (__?__), on 6 October 1653 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn.. He died on 24 August 1689 in Springfield, Mass., at age 64.

Children of Benjamin Parsons and Sarah Vore

Citations

  1. [S62] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, p. 774.
á