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Edward Messenger

b. before 1630, d. after February 1686
Edward Messenger|b. b 1630\nd. a Feb 1686|p43.htm#i1051|(__?__) (__?__)||p45.htm#i1116||||||||||||||||

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááEdward Messenger was born before 1630 in England.1 He was the son of (__?__) (__?__). He married Dorcas(?) (__?__) circa 1649.1,2 He died after February 1686 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn., when he is mentioned in a deed by Job Drake.3
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Immigration: before 1650.

áááááEdward Messenger's origins are unknown and references to Edward of Windsor, Henry of Boston, and Andrew of New Haven and Long Island, as brothers, has little basis. There is some certainty that Henry and Andrew were related, however, there has yet to be found any direct connection between them and Edward. That said, Edward did have business dealings in Boston and New York so the possibility does exist. Henry, of Boston, is probably the best documented of the three and it is known that he was entitled to a coat of arms which were passed on to his son.
áááááEdward Messenger was surely born in England by 1630, perhaps much earlier. He married, probably about 1649, possibly in England but probably in Connecticut. Edward's close connection with the Drake family at Windsor suggests his wife might have been related to them, but not even her given name is known, though some suggest "Dorcas" with no evidence.
áááááMatthew Grant recorded the births of Edward's three children in his "Old Church Record" and in "Volume II of the Land Records of the Colony of Connecticut." In both books, Grant specifically says that he is recording the number of children born in Windsor, in Edward Messenger's case three. The fact that the three children born of Edward from 1650-55 were recorded at Windsor strongly suggests that Edward's wife was from Windsor and may have remained with her family while he was at New London. Edward himself, probably located to Windsor in 1653 or 1654. Before 1655, his land and business records involve New London with some reference to Boston. The Boston connection could support a relationship with Henry Messenger of Boston.

áááááIt appears that Edward did a lot of traveling, perhaps driving cattle, both to New York and Boston - areas in which Andrew and Henry Messenger lived. In discussing the Indian troubles during King Philip's War in 1675, John Winthrop, Jr. wrote to his son, apparently with concern, that "Ed: Messinger is gone this weeke alone w cattle...."
áááááIn 1661, Edward bought "the just one half of the three hundred and nine acres of land called Greenfield, which the sd Job [Drake] purchased of Thomas fford, but at present not divided from the other half or one Hundred fifty four acres and a half that yet Remains in the property of Job Drake." About 1678, and perhaps on the occasion of his marriage, Edward Messenger assigned a deed of land to his son, Nathaniel, which Edward had purchased from Simon Buell. The transaction was witnessed by Matthew Grant and John Drake Sr. In 1683, Edward and Job divide up the lands that they had held in common for over 20 years and Edward deeds parcels to his son Nathan and his daughter Dorcas and her husband Peter Mills (the Dutchman). Apparently Edward was still living on 3 February 1685/6 when Job Drake sold 14 acres at Greenfield to Nathan Messenger saying, "only Edward Messenger is to have the benefit and improvement of one acre and halfe of the grass land dureing the time of his natural life....". Job Drake signed all of these deeds while Edward signed with his mark (a round, upper case E). This is the last record we have of Edward Messenger.4

Children of Edward Messenger and Dorcas(?) (__?__)

Citations

  1. [S100] NEHGR, Helen S. Ullman, "The Three Messengers: Henry, Andrew, and Edward: Clearing the Decks", 152(1998):363 .
  2. [S101] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages, Edward Messenger entry.
  3. [S100] NEHGR, Helen S. Ullman, "The Three Messengers: Henry, Andrew, and Edward: Clearing the Decks", 152(1998):371 .
  4. [S100] NEHGR, Helen S. Ullman, "The Three Messengers: Henry, Andrew, and Edward: Clearing the Decks", 152(1998):353-372 .

Richard Darling

áááááRichard Darling married Abigail Messenger, daughter of Andrew Messenger and Rachael (__?__), in 1662. He and Abigail Messenger were divorced on 7 July 1674.

Elnathan Lamson

b. 7 June 1733, d. 31 March 1827
Elnathan Lamson|b. 7 Jun 1733\nd. 31 Mar 1827|p43.htm#i1053|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1665\nd. 1743|p62.htm#i1548|Elizabeth Adams|b. 9 Feb 1664/65|p62.htm#i1549|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|

Relationship=5th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááElnathan Lamson was born on 7 June 1733 in Simsbury, Conn..1 He was the son of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson. He married (1) Jean Hayes, daughter of George Hayes and Jane Matson, circa 1753.2 He married (2) Lucina (__?__) (possibly Lucine Griffin, the daughter of John Griffin and Eleanor Holcomb and widow of Joseph Remington) circa 1762.3 He married (3), at age 73, Jane Lindsley on 23 November 1806.4 He died on 31 March 1827 in Granby, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 93.4 He was buried on 31 March 1827 in West Granby cemetery (memorial marker).
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Military Service: American Revolution, Capt. Bates Company of Col. Phelps 18th Regt., September 7, 1779.

On the 7th of September, 1779, Elnathan Lamson is present on a list of those ordered to "Aquipt them Selves with arms and acouterments and hold them Selves in Readeynes to march at ye Shortest Notis for ye Defence of this State." In Capt. Bates Company of Col. Phelps 18th Regiment in Simsbury.
Elnathan's will is dated in 1806 and the estate is distributed in 1827. Children listed when the will is dated are; James, Joseph, Jesse (executor, but dead in 1827), Lucy, Jane, Rebeckah, Naomi, Abigail. In 1827, distribution of the estate goes to; Lucy, Rebeckah, Jane, Naomi, heirs of Jesse, and Abigail.
In 1829, Joseph Lamson of Luisten (Lewistown?), Livingston Co. NY and Rebecca (Lamson) Hayes of West Bloomfield, Ontario Co. NY seek a share of their fathers estate. They state that their father, Elnathan, is dead and left no will (which is not true) and that they are possible heirs. Their attorney is a Cyreno Lamson of Luisten, NY.

Children of Elnathan Lamson and Jean Hayes

Children of Elnathan Lamson and Lucina (__?__)

Citations

  1. [S137] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury B, M, & D's, 138.
  2. [S132] Correspondence, Carol Laun to Norb Bankert, 26 May 1998. FGS of Elnathan Lamson, Citing Hayes Gen. 14, 196.
  3. [S162] Connecticut Nutmegger, Carol Laun, "About Town Clerks", 29(1966):186 .
  4. [S132] Correspondence, Carol Laun to Norb Bankert, 26 May 1998. FGS of Elnathan Lamson, Citing First Church.

Nathaniel Holcomb

b. 4 November 1648, d. 5 March 1740/41
Nathaniel Holcomb|b. 4 Nov 1648\nd. 5 Mar 1740/41|p43.htm#i1054|Thomas Holcomb|b. c 1609\nd. 7 Sep 1657|p51.htm#i1272|Elizabeth (__?__)|b. c 1617\nd. 7 Oct 1679|p51.htm#i1273|||||||||||||

Relationship=7th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááNathaniel Holcomb was born on 4 November 1648 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..1,2 He was the son of Thomas Holcomb and Elizabeth (__?__). He married (1), at age 22, Mary Bliss, age 19, daughter of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin, on 27 February 1670/71 in Springfield, Mass..3 He married (2), at age 74, Sarah (__?__) (widow of Josiah Owen) on 17 January 1722/23.4,3 He died on 5 March 1740/41 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 92.3
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Occupation: Farmer.
Public Office: in 1677 chosen as a Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut and served for 6 terms; Simsbury town constable, 1681; Designated as the lister (tax assesor) for "Samon Brooke", 1687.
Military Service: in 1691 Sergeant in the militia, "an experienced Indian Fighter", probably a veteran of King Philips War.

In 1677, Nathaniel was chosen as a Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut and served for 6 terms. In 1688, he offered to the citizens of Salmon Brook and Low Meadow an exchange of land "to better fortify against Indians". His second wife, Sarah, was the widow of Josiah Owen.

Children of Nathaniel Holcomb and Mary Bliss

Citations

  1. [S29] Aaron Tyler Bliss, Bliss Family in America, 41.
  2. [S141] TAG, "Thomas Holcombe's Earlier Posterity", 57(1981):67.
  3. [S141] TAG, "Thomas Holcombe's Earlier Posterity", 57(1981):70-71.
  4. [S137] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury B, M, & D's, 150.

Mary Bliss

b. 23 September 1651, d. before 1722
Mary Bliss|b. 23 Sep 1651\nd. b 1722|p43.htm#i1055|Nathaniel Bliss|b. 28 Dec 1622\nd. 8 Nov 1654|p43.htm#i1056|Catharine Chapin|b. 1626\nd. 4 Feb 1711/12|p38.htm#i926|Thomas Bliss|b. c 1590\nd. b 14 Feb 1650/51|p43.htm#i1064|Margaret Hulins|b. c 1595\nd. 28 Aug 1654|p46.htm#i1144|Deacon Samuel Chapin|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p38.htm#i933|Cicely Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p38.htm#i934|

Relationship=7th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááMary Bliss was born on 23 September 1651 in Springfield, Mass..1 She was the daughter of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin. She married (1), at age 19, Nathaniel Holcomb, age 22, son of Thomas Holcomb and Elizabeth (__?__), on 27 February 1670/71 in Springfield, Mass..2 She died before 1722 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..2

Children of Mary Bliss and Nathaniel Holcomb

Citations

  1. [S29] Aaron Tyler Bliss, Bliss Family in America, 41.
  2. [S141] TAG, "Thomas Holcombe's Earlier Posterity", 57(1981):70-71.

Nathaniel Bliss

b. 28 December 1622, d. 8 November 1654
Nathaniel Bliss|b. 28 Dec 1622\nd. 8 Nov 1654|p43.htm#i1056|Thomas Bliss|b. c 1590\nd. b 14 Feb 1650/51|p43.htm#i1064|Margaret Hulins|b. c 1595\nd. 28 Aug 1654|p46.htm#i1144|||||||John Hulins|b. c 1565\nd. 1639|p47.htm#i1163|Margaret (__?__)||p47.htm#i1164|

Relationship=8th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááNathaniel Bliss was baptized on 28 December 1622 in Rodborough, Glousester, England.1 He was the son of Thomas Bliss and Margaret Hulins. He married, at age 23, Catharine Chapin, daughter of Deacon Samuel Chapin and Cicely Penny, on 30 November 1646 in Springfield, Mass..1 He died on 8 November 1654 in Springfield, Mass., at age 31.1
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Immigration: circa 1639, Prob. with his mother, as it appears his father may have arrived earlier.

áááááNathaniel immigrated to New England with his family about 1638, or possibly a little later with his mother who may have not made the initial trip. From Hartford he removed to Springfield in 1643 and in 1646 married Catherine Chapin, just a few days prior to his sister Mary's marriage to Joseph Parsons.

Children of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin

Citations

  1. [S29] Aaron Tyler Bliss, Bliss Family in America, 41.

Margaret Bliss

b. 12 November 1649, d. 3 April 1745
Margaret Bliss|b. 12 Nov 1649\nd. 3 Apr 1745|p43.htm#i1057|Nathaniel Bliss|b. 28 Dec 1622\nd. 8 Nov 1654|p43.htm#i1056|Catharine Chapin|b. 1626\nd. 4 Feb 1711/12|p38.htm#i926|Thomas Bliss|b. c 1590\nd. b 14 Feb 1650/51|p43.htm#i1064|Margaret Hulins|b. c 1595\nd. 28 Aug 1654|p46.htm#i1144|Deacon Samuel Chapin|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p38.htm#i933|Cicely Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p38.htm#i934|

Relationship=7th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMargaret Bliss was born on 12 November 1649. She was the daughter of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin. She married, at age 22, Nathaniel Foote, age 23, son of Nathaniel Foote and Elizabeth Smith, on 2 May 1672 in Springfield, Mass.. She died on 3 April 1745 in Colchester, New London Co., Conn., at age 95.

Child of Margaret Bliss and Nathaniel Foote

Samuel Bliss

b. 7 November 1647, d. 19 June 1749
Samuel Bliss|b. 7 Nov 1647\nd. 19 Jun 1749|p43.htm#i1058|Nathaniel Bliss|b. 28 Dec 1622\nd. 8 Nov 1654|p43.htm#i1056|Catharine Chapin|b. 1626\nd. 4 Feb 1711/12|p38.htm#i926|Thomas Bliss|b. c 1590\nd. b 14 Feb 1650/51|p43.htm#i1064|Margaret Hulins|b. c 1595\nd. 28 Aug 1654|p46.htm#i1144|Deacon Samuel Chapin|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p38.htm#i933|Cicely Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p38.htm#i934|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááSamuel Bliss was born on 7 November 1647 in Springfield, Mass.. He was the son of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin. He married, at age 24, Sarah Stebbins, age 17, daughter of Lieut. Thomas Stebbins and Hannah Wright, on 2 January 1672. He died on 19 June 1749 in Longmeadow, Mass., at age 101.

Nathaniel Bliss

b. 27 March 1653, d. 23 December 1736
Nathaniel Bliss|b. 27 Mar 1653\nd. 23 Dec 1736|p43.htm#i1059|Nathaniel Bliss|b. 28 Dec 1622\nd. 8 Nov 1654|p43.htm#i1056|Catharine Chapin|b. 1626\nd. 4 Feb 1711/12|p38.htm#i926|Thomas Bliss|b. c 1590\nd. b 14 Feb 1650/51|p43.htm#i1064|Margaret Hulins|b. c 1595\nd. 28 Aug 1654|p46.htm#i1144|Deacon Samuel Chapin|b. 8 Oct 1598\nd. 11 Nov 1675|p38.htm#i933|Cicely Penny|b. 21 Feb 1601/2\nd. 8 Feb 1682/83|p38.htm#i934|

Relationship=7th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááNathaniel Bliss was born on 27 March 1653 in Springfield, Mass.. He was the son of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin. He married Deborah Colton, daughter of George Colton and Deborah Gardner. He died on 23 December 1736 in Springfield, Hampden Co., Mass., at age 83, left no issue.

Thomas Gilbert

b. 16 February 1611/12, d. 5 June 1662
Thomas Gilbert|b. 16 Feb 1611/12\nd. 5 Jun 1662|p43.htm#i1060|Thomas Gilbert|b. 1582\nd. 5 Sep 1659|p93.htm#i2325|Elizabeth Bennett||p145.htm#i3607|||||||||||||
áááááThomas Gilbert was born on 16 February 1611/12 in Worcester, Yardley, England. He was the son of Thomas Gilbert and Elizabeth Bennett. He married, at age 43, Catharine Chapin, daughter of Deacon Samuel Chapin and Cicely Penny, on 31 July 1655.1 He died on 5 June 1662 in Springfield, Mass., at age 50.

Children of Thomas Gilbert and Catharine Chapin

Citations

  1. [S29] Aaron Tyler Bliss, Bliss Family in America, 42.

Sarah Stebbins

b. 18 August 1654, d. 6 November 1721
Sarah Stebbins|b. 18 Aug 1654\nd. 6 Nov 1721|p43.htm#i1061|Lieut. Thomas Stebbins|b. 1620\nd. 15 Sep 1683|p50.htm#i1231|Hannah Wright|d. 16 Oct 1660|p121.htm#i3027|Rowland Stebbins|b. 5 Nov 1592\nd. 14 Dec 1671|p122.htm#i3028|Sarah Whiting|b. 1591\nd. 4 Oct 1649|p122.htm#i3029|Deacon Samuel Wright|d. 17 Oct 1665|p106.htm#i2639|Margaret (__?__)|d. 24 Jul 1681|p107.htm#i2670|
áááááSarah Stebbins was born on 18 August 1654. She was the daughter of Lieut. Thomas Stebbins and Hannah Wright. She married, at age 17, Samuel Bliss, age 24, son of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin, on 2 January 1672. She died on 6 November 1721 at age 67.

Nathaniel Foote

b. 14 January 1648/49, d. 12 January 1702/3
Nathaniel Foote|b. 14 Jan 1648/49\nd. 12 Jan 1702/3|p43.htm#i1062|Nathaniel Foote|b. c 1621\nd. 1655|p121.htm#i3025|Elizabeth Smith|d. 1668|p121.htm#i3026|Nathaniel Foote|b. 1593\nd. 1644|p166.htm#i4133||||||||||
áááááNathaniel Foote was born on 14 January 1648/49 in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of Nathaniel Foote and Elizabeth Smith. He married, at age 23, Margaret Bliss, age 22, daughter of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin, on 2 May 1672 in Springfield, Mass.. He died on 12 January 1702/3 in Wethersfield, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 53.

Child of Nathaniel Foote and Margaret Bliss

Deborah Colton

d. 26 November 1733
Deborah Colton|d. 26 Nov 1733|p43.htm#i1063|George Colton|b. 1620\nd. 17 Dec 1699|p102.htm#i2539|Deborah Gardner|d. 5 Sep 1689|p102.htm#i2540|||||||||||||
áááááDeborah Colton was the daughter of George Colton and Deborah Gardner. She married Nathaniel Bliss, son of Nathaniel Bliss and Catharine Chapin. She died on 26 November 1733.

Thomas Bliss

b. circa 1590, d. before 14 February 1650/51

Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááThomas Bliss was born circa 1590 probably in Gloucester, England.1 He married Margaret Hulins, daughter of John Hulins and Margaret (__?__), circa 1617 in Rodborough, Gloucester, England.1 He died before 14 February 1650/51 (estate inventoried) in Hartford, Hartford Co., Conn..2
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Immigration: before 1639, From England.
Founder/Proprietor: Hartford, by 1639, named on The Founders Monument, Center Church burial yard.
Occupation: Farmer.
Residence: in 1639 Hartford, CT.

áááááAn original proprietor of Hartford, Thomas Bliss is named on The Founders Monument erected by the Ancient Burying Ground Association of Hartford.
áááááThomas Bliss of Hartford Connecticut was probably a native of Co. Gloucester, England. He married Margaret Hulins of Rodborough in that county about 1617. Some say that the marriage took place at Gloucester St. Nicholas 18th Oct 1621 and that Margaret may have been the second wife of Thomas and that Thomas (II) and Ann may have been children by a first marriage. Their son Nathaniel was baptized at Rodborough 28th Dec 1622.
áááááMargaret seems to have also been a strong and dedicated mother. She was extremely active, and successful, in the defense of her daughter, Mary Parsons, who was jailed and tried for witchcraft.

Children of Thomas Bliss and Margaret Hulins

Citations

  1. [S29] Aaron Tyler Bliss, Bliss Family in America, 20.
  2. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 1:98.

Lucy Lamson

b. 9 August 1754
Lucy Lamson|b. 9 Aug 1754|p43.htm#i1065|Elnathan Lamson|b. 7 Jun 1733\nd. 31 Mar 1827|p43.htm#i1053|Jean Hayes|b. 15 Nov 1733\nd. 16 Jul 1761|p61.htm#i1520|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|George Hayes|b. 9 Mar 1694/95\nd. c 1765|p74.htm#i1831|Jane Matson|b. 9 Oct 1700\nd. c 1735|p52.htm#i1284|

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááLucy Lamson was born on 9 August 1754 in Simsbury, Conn.. She was the daughter of Elnathan Lamson and Jean Hayes.

Ebenezer Lamson

b. 17 January 1694/95, d. 15 October 1772
Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1665\nd. 1743|p62.htm#i1548|Elizabeth Adams|b. 9 Feb 1664/65|p62.htm#i1549|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1638\nd. Feb 1678/79|p62.htm#i1550|Elizabeth Rice|b. 27 Oct 1641\nd. a 1708|p63.htm#i1572|James Adams|d. 2 Dec 1707|p88.htm#i2196|Priscilla Ramsdell|b. c 1640\nd. b Feb 1690/91|p88.htm#i2197|

Relationship=6th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
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áááááEbenezer Lamson was born on 17 January 1694/95 in Concord, Middlesex Co., Mass..1 He was the son of Joseph Lamson and Elizabeth Adams. He married, at age 25, Mary Matson, age 21, daughter of John Matson and Mary Adams, on 17 March 1719/20 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..2,3 He died on 15 October 1772 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 77 "in the fields of a sudden fainting fit."4
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áááááBorn in Concord, Ebenezer may have come to Simsbury with his older brother, Joseph, by 1715. In any case, he married Mary Matson, a Salmon Brook native, in 1719/20 and took up residence on Bushy Hill, next to Nathaniel and Thankful (Hayes) Holcomb.
áááááThe records present some confusion with the births and deaths of children Mary and Jonathan, however, neither children, nor their heirs are mentioned in Ebenezer's will so they did apparently die young.
áááááEbenezer died at age 77 with the estate distributed to his wife, Mary, children, Ebenezer, Hannah, Mercy, heirs of David, and Elnathan. Mary's death is not recorded but she was 74 at her husbands death and she did survive him.

Children of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson

Citations

  1. [S132] Correspondence, Carol Laun to Norb Bankert, 11 January 1999. FGS of Ebenezer Lamson, Citing Concord Vital Records, 40.
  2. [S137] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury B, M, & D's, 36.
  3. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 2:545, Mary is called the wife of Ebenezer Lamson in her fathers will.
  4. [S137] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury B, M, & D's, 214.

Mary Lamson

b. 6 February 1736/37, d. November 1755
Mary Lamson|b. 6 Feb 1736/37\nd. Nov 1755|p43.htm#i1067|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1665\nd. 1743|p62.htm#i1548|Elizabeth Adams|b. 9 Feb 1664/65|p62.htm#i1549|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|

Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMary Lamson was born on 6 February 1736/37 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She was the daughter of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson. She died in November 1755 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 18.

Jesse Lamson

b. 10 September 1756, d. 25 September 1818
Jesse Lamson|b. 10 Sep 1756\nd. 25 Sep 1818|p43.htm#i1068|Elnathan Lamson|b. 7 Jun 1733\nd. 31 Mar 1827|p43.htm#i1053|Jean Hayes|b. 15 Nov 1733\nd. 16 Jul 1761|p61.htm#i1520|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|George Hayes|b. 9 Mar 1694/95\nd. c 1765|p74.htm#i1831|Jane Matson|b. 9 Oct 1700\nd. c 1735|p52.htm#i1284|

Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJesse Lamson was born on 10 September 1756 in Simsbury, Conn.. He was the son of Elnathan Lamson and Jean Hayes. He married (1) Ruth Miller, daughter of Ichabod Miller and Sarah Holcomb. He married (2), at age 58, Betsey Dibble, age 47 (as her 5'th husband), daughter of Moses Dibble and Elizabeth Holcomb, on 22 April 1815 in Granville, Hampden Co., Mass.. He died on 25 September 1818 in Granville, Hampden Co., Mass., at age 62 "by excruciating operation for stone."
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Military Service: in 1780 American Revolution, 6th Brigade, 18th Regiment.

James Lamson

b. 2 February 1758, d. 24 September 1762
James Lamson|b. 2 Feb 1758\nd. 24 Sep 1762|p43.htm#i1069|Elnathan Lamson|b. 7 Jun 1733\nd. 31 Mar 1827|p43.htm#i1053|Jean Hayes|b. 15 Nov 1733\nd. 16 Jul 1761|p61.htm#i1520|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|George Hayes|b. 9 Mar 1694/95\nd. c 1765|p74.htm#i1831|Jane Matson|b. 9 Oct 1700\nd. c 1735|p52.htm#i1284|

Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJames Lamson was born on 2 February 1758 in Simsbury, Conn.. He was the son of Elnathan Lamson and Jean Hayes. He died on 24 September 1762 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 4.

Jane Lamson

b. 26 March 1761
Jane Lamson|b. 26 Mar 1761|p43.htm#i1070|Elnathan Lamson|b. 7 Jun 1733\nd. 31 Mar 1827|p43.htm#i1053|Jean Hayes|b. 15 Nov 1733\nd. 16 Jul 1761|p61.htm#i1520|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|George Hayes|b. 9 Mar 1694/95\nd. c 1765|p74.htm#i1831|Jane Matson|b. 9 Oct 1700\nd. c 1735|p52.htm#i1284|

Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJane Lamson was born on 26 March 1761 in Simsbury, Conn.. She was the daughter of Elnathan Lamson and Jean Hayes. She married John Griffin Holcomb II, son of Consider Holcomb Jr. and Eunice Gillett.

Mary Matson

b. 30 October 1698, d. after 1772
Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|John Matson|b. 10 Jul 1636\nd. 1684|p44.htm#i1085|Mary Cotton|b. Dec 1641\nd. c 1668|p66.htm#i1628|Edward Adams|d. 15 Aug 1683|p34.htm#i849|Elizabeth Buckland|b. 1 Feb 1640/41\nd. 4 Feb 1728/29|p34.htm#i840|

Relationship=6th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
Charts
Ancestor Chart for Norbert R. Bankert
áááááMary Matson was baptized on 30 October 1698 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..1 She was the daughter of John Matson and Mary Adams. She married, at age 21, Ebenezer Lamson, age 25, son of Joseph Lamson and Elizabeth Adams, on 17 March 1719/20 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..2,3 She died after 1772 when she is named in her husbands probate record.4

Children of Mary Matson and Ebenezer Lamson

Citations

  1. [S132] Correspondence, Carol Laun to Norb Bankert, 26 May 1998. FGS of Ebenezer Lamson, Citing Simsbury Church.
  2. [S137] Albert C. Bates, Simsbury B, M, & D's, 36.
  3. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 2:545, Mary is called the wife of Ebenezer Lamson in her fathers will.
  4. [S132] Correspondence, Carol Laun to Norb Bankert, 26 May 1998. FGS of Ebenezer Lamson, Citing SPR 1:84, 1772; Wife, Mary is shown in the probate record.

Johnathan Lamson

b. 17 September 1740, d. 30 March 1741
Johnathan Lamson|b. 17 Sep 1740\nd. 30 Mar 1741|p43.htm#i1072|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1665\nd. 1743|p62.htm#i1548|Elizabeth Adams|b. 9 Feb 1664/65|p62.htm#i1549|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááJohnathan Lamson was born on 17 September 1740. He was the son of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson. He died on 30 March 1741 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 6 months and 13 days.

Ebenezer Lamson Jr.

b. 16 December 1720
Ebenezer Lamson Jr.|b. 16 Dec 1720|p43.htm#i1073|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1665\nd. 1743|p62.htm#i1548|Elizabeth Adams|b. 9 Feb 1664/65|p62.htm#i1549|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|

Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááEbenezer Lamson Jr. was born on 16 December 1720 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. He was the son of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson. He married (1), at age 28, Zerviah Hayes, age 24, daughter of George Hayes and Jane Matson, on 8 November 1749 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. He married (2), at age 40, Anna Humphrey, age 33, daughter of John Humphrey III and Lydia Reade, on 8 November 1761 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..
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Military Service: Veteran of the American Revolution.

Children of Ebenezer Lamson Jr. and Zerviah Hayes

Zerviah Hayes

b. 15 December 1724, d. 26 June 1759
Zerviah Hayes|b. 15 Dec 1724\nd. 26 Jun 1759|p43.htm#i1074|George Hayes|b. 9 Mar 1694/95\nd. c 1765|p74.htm#i1831|Jane Matson|b. 9 Oct 1700\nd. c 1735|p52.htm#i1284|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|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|

Relationship=1st cousin 7 times removed of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááZerviah Hayes was born on 15 December 1724. She was the daughter of George Hayes and Jane Matson. She married (1), at age 24, Ebenezer Lamson Jr., age 28, son of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson, on 8 November 1749 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn.. She died on 26 June 1759 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 34.

Children of Zerviah Hayes and Ebenezer Lamson Jr.

Mary Lamson

b. December 1727, d. 10 April 1737
Mary Lamson|b. Dec 1727\nd. 10 Apr 1737|p43.htm#i1075|Ebenezer Lamson|b. 17 Jan 1694/95\nd. 15 Oct 1772|p43.htm#i1066|Mary Matson|b. 30 Oct 1698\nd. a 1772|p43.htm#i1071|Joseph Lamson|b. c 1665\nd. 1743|p62.htm#i1548|Elizabeth Adams|b. 9 Feb 1664/65|p62.htm#i1549|John Matson|b. 26 Jan 1664/65\nd. 11 May 1728|p44.htm#i1076|Mary Adams|b. 28 Aug 1671\nd. 9 Mar 1729/30|p56.htm#i1395|

Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Norbert Raymond Bankert.
áááááMary Lamson was born in December 1727. She was the daughter of Ebenezer Lamson and Mary Matson. She died on 10 April 1737 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn., at age 9.
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