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Harvey Odell Roberts

M, #7676, b. 13 May 1857, d. 24 November 1945

Parents

FatherBenjamin Lindsley Roberts (b. 11 August 1825, d. 13 March 1902)
MotherJeanette Bonaparte Potter (b. 31 October 1824, d. 3 August 1904)

Family: Lucinda Jane Gilmore

DaughterEffie Etta Roberts+ (b. 14 November 1894, d. 11 June 1949)

Biography

Birth13 May 1857Harvey Odell Roberts was born on 13 May 1857 in Fort Atkinson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.
Death24 November 1945He died on 24 November 1945 in Riverton, Nebraska,
Last Edited11 January 2018

Lucinda Jane Gilmore

F, #7677

Family: Harvey Odell Roberts (b. 13 May 1857, d. 24 November 1945)

DaughterEffie Etta Roberts+ (b. 14 November 1894, d. 11 June 1949)
Last Edited11 January 2018

Effie Etta Roberts

F, #7678, b. 14 November 1894, d. 11 June 1949

Parents

FatherHarvey Odell Roberts (b. 13 May 1857, d. 24 November 1945)
MotherLucinda Jane Gilmore

Family: William Emery Harsin (b. 23 March 1891, d. 13 December 1973)

DaughterMargery Harsin

Biography

Birth14 November 1894Effie Etta Roberts was born on 14 November 1894 in Kenesaw, Adams County, Nebraska.
Marriage1 January 1913William Emery Harsin and she were married on 1 January 1913 in Bartlett, Wheeler County, Nebraska,
Death11 June 1949She died on 11 June 1949 in Spalding, Greeley County, Nebraska,
Last Edited11 January 2018

William Emery Harsin

M, #7679, b. 23 March 1891, d. 13 December 1973

Family: Effie Etta Roberts (b. 14 November 1894, d. 11 June 1949)

DaughterMargery Harsin

Biography

Birth23 March 1891William Emery Harsin was born on 23 March 1891 in Macedonia, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.
Marriage1 January 1913He and Effie Etta Roberts were married on 1 January 1913 in Bartlett, Wheeler County, Nebraska,
Death13 December 1973He died on 13 December 1973 in Sacramento, California,
Last Edited11 January 2018

Margery Harsin

F, #7680

Parents

FatherWilliam Emery Harsin (b. 23 March 1891, d. 13 December 1973)
MotherEffie Etta Roberts (b. 14 November 1894, d. 11 June 1949)
Last Edited2 April 2018

John Stout Fisher

M, #7681, b. 1870, d. 30 January 1949

Family: Lucy Amanda Fitch (b. 20 March 1881, d. 13 October 1978)

SonJohn Carman Fisher (b. December 1907)
SonRollin Pearsall Fisher+ (b. 16 February 1910, d. 14 July 1994)
SonHomer Cady Fisher+ (b. 11 October 1911, d. 13 April 1992)

Biography

Birth1870John Stout Fisher was born in 1870 in Dunellen, New Jersey.
Marriage9 June 1905He and Lucy Amanda Fitch were married on 9 June 1905 at Elm Street in Westfield, Union County, New Jersey, Fitch - Fisher Marriage
The cosy home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Fitch, of Elm Street, was in holiday attire last Friday evening for the wedding of their daughter, Lucy Amanda to John Stout Fisher, formerly of Dunellen, N.J. The ceremony was performed under a canopy of flags and flowers by Rev. Dr. C. M. Anderson, of Jersey City, assisted by Rev. Dr. Wright of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Westfield. Only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties were present. But these made a numerous and brilliant company. Miss Pauline Embree of Buena Vista, Virginia, the bride's cousin, was maid of honor, and Rullff Fisher of Dunellen, the bridegroom's cousin, was best man. Marjorie and Ralph of Dunellen, and Virginia and Eleanor Pearsall, of Westfield, were ribbon bearers. Edna Pearsall preceded the wedding party, carrying a basket of flowers while Miss Ethel Pearsall played the wedding march. On their return from the Berkshire Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will, prior to the erection of a new home of their own on Middlesex Street, reside with the bride's parents."

Under "Personal Paragraphs":
"Mrs. Edward L. Embree, Miss Pauline and Miss Embree, of Buena Vista, Va., are visiting relatives in Westfield."

"Mrs. A.C. Fitch, of Elm street, is entertaining her mother, Mrs. C.A. Pearsall, also her sister, Mrs. E.L. Embree, and daughters Pauline and Lois, all of Buena Vista, Va."

"Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher will return to Westfield next week, after having enjoyed a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Old Chatham, N.Y."1
Death30 January 1949He died on 30 January 1949 in Westfield, Union County, New Jersey,
Burial1 February 1949He was buried on 1 February 1949 at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, Union County, New Jersey.
Obituary1 February 19491 February 1949, Bridgewater Township, Somerset County, New Jersey, Courier-News Obituary:. Westfield: Funeral services for John S. Fisher of 239 Prospect St. were held today at 10:30 a.m. in Gray's Funeral Home, with the Rev. Fred E. Miles, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment was in Fairview Cemetery.

Mr. Fisher was the husband of Mrs. Lucy A. Fisher. He would have been 79 years old today. He died Sunday in his home after a brief illness.

Born in Asbury, N.J., Mr. Fisher had resided in Westfield 45 years. Before his retirement in 1942, he was employed as an accountant with August Heckscher, New York City. He was active in the First Methodist Church, a member of the Westfield Chapter of the Old Guard and a veteran of the Spanish American War.

Besides his widow, he is survived by three sons, John C. Fisher of New Hyde Park, L.I.; Rollin P. Fisher of 777 Berkeley Ave., Plainfield; and Homer C. Fisher of Cranford, and six grandchildren.
Last Edited3 December 2018

Citations

  1. [S793] Union County Standard, Westfield, NJ, 16 Jun 1905, p. 5; available online at the Westfield Memorial Library (http://www.digifind-it.com/westfield/home.php)

Lucy Clara Fitch

F, #7682, b. 1852

Parents

FatherWilliam Adee Fitch (b. 8 April 1824, d. 19 December 1885)
MotherLucy Amanda Cady (b. 24 June 1827, d. 13 April 1905)

Family: Charles H. Pearsall (b. 1852)

Biography

Birth1852Lucy Clara Fitch was born in 1852.
Marriage29 October 1873Charles H. Pearsall and she were married on 29 October 1873 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, PEARSALL - FITCH: October 29, by Rev. W. H. Russell, Charles H. Pearsall, to Lucy C., daughter of Wm. A. Fitch. All of Brooklyn.
Last Edited12 January 2018

Charles H. Pearsall

M, #7683, b. 1852

Parents

FatherGideon Pearsall (b. 23 January 1830)
MotherElizabeth A. (b. 1833)

Family: Lucy Clara Fitch (b. 1852)

Biography

Birth1852Charles H. Pearsall was born in 1852 in Kings County, New York.1
Marriage29 October 1873He and Lucy Clara Fitch were married on 29 October 1873 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, PEARSALL - FITCH: October 29, by Rev. W. H. Russell, Charles H. Pearsall, to Lucy C., daughter of Wm. A. Fitch. All of Brooklyn.
Census6 June 1875He appeared in the census 6 June 1875 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York. Charles is listed as: Charles H. (age 23, b. Kings County, married, shoe cutter)
Lucy (age 22, Wife, b. Kings)
Fanny (9 months old, daughter, b. Kings)
Gideon Pearsall (age 45, father, b. Kings, shoe cutter)
Elizabeth Pearsall (age 42, mother, b. Kings)2
Last Edited12 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S794] , Census--Microfilmed, Viewed on Ancestry.com, Brooklyn Ward 23, E.D. 02, Kings County, NY, image 28 of 30.
  2. [S794] Census--Microfilmed, Viewed on Ancestry.com, Brooklyn Ward 23, ED 02, NY, 28 of 30.

Oliver Denton Pearsall

M, #7684, b. 14 October 1805, d. 18 June 1870

Parents

FatherUriah Pearsall (b. 1760, d. 22 November 1847)
MotherAnn Cornell (b. 1772, d. 30 June 1836)

Family: Martha Flower (b. 1 January 1808, d. 24 July 1894)

SonGideon Pearsall+ (b. 23 January 1830)

Biography

Birth14 October 1805Oliver Denton Pearsall was born on 14 October 1805 in Lynbrook, Long Island, New York.
Marriage4 September 1828He and Martha Flower were married on 4 September 1828 at Hempstead Presbyterian Church in Hempstead, Long Island, New York, Oliver and Martha had 10 children according to Clarence Pearsall's Genealogy:
Gideon
Henry
Alfred
Alexander
Lewis
Oliver
Frances
Luria Ann
Hulda
Adaline C.1
Death18 June 1870He died on 18 June 1870 in Lynbrook, Long Island, New York,
Burial20 June 1870He was buried on 20 June 1870 at Sand Hole Methodist Protestant Churchyard, near "Pearsalls", in Lynbrook, Long Island, New York.
Last Edited12 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S13] Clarence E. Pearsall with Hettie May Pearsall and Harry L. Neall, History and Genealogy of the Pearsall Family in England and America (San Francisco, CA: H.S. Crocker Company, Inc., 1928), p. 1332-3. Hereinafter cited as Pearsall Genealogy, CEP.

Gideon Pearsall

M, #7685, b. 23 January 1830

Parents

FatherOliver Denton Pearsall (b. 14 October 1805, d. 18 June 1870)
MotherMartha Flower (b. 1 January 1808, d. 24 July 1894)

Family: Elizabeth A. (b. 1833)

SonCharles H. Pearsall (b. 1852)

Biography

MarriageGideon Pearsall and Elizabeth A. were married, date unknown
Birth23 January 1830He was born on 23 January 1830 in Pearsall's Corners, Long Island, New York.
Last Edited12 January 2018

Elizabeth A.

F, #7686, b. 1833

Family: Gideon Pearsall (b. 23 January 1830)

SonCharles H. Pearsall (b. 1852)

Biography

MarriageGideon Pearsall and Elizabeth A. were married, date unknown
Birth1833She was born in 1833 in Long Island, New York.
Last Edited12 January 2018

Robert Lockwood

M, #7687, d. about 1658

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, Sr (b. about 1574)

Family: Susanna Norman

SonEphraim Lockwood (b. about 1 December 1641, d. after 1688)

Biography

Research NoteBibliographical materials on Robert Lockwood, listed in his The Great Migration entry:

--Frederic A. Holden and E. Dunbar Lockwood, "Descendants of Robert Lockwood, Colonial and Revolutionary History of the Lockwood Family in America from AD 1630," Philadelphia 1889. Available on archive.org
--Clarence A. Torrey, NYGBR 58:395-96, 1927, identifies his wife.
--Donald Lines Jacobus, "Families of Old Fairfield" 1:380-87
--Harriet Woodbury Hodge, "Some Descendants of Edmund Lockwood," New York 1978
--Connecticut Ancestry 27: 9-18, 64-70, 141-47, article by Harriet W. Hodge on descendants of Ephraim Lockwood, Robert's son. 1984
----Connecticut Ancestry 47: 119-30, article by Robert Charles Anderson on Robert Lockwood, 2004.
BirthRobert Lockwood was born in Combs, Suffolk, England. For his origins, refer to Connecticut Ancestry 47:120-231
Baptism18 January 1600/01He was baptized on 18 January 1600/01.1
Deathabout 1658He died about 1658 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut,1
Last Edited15 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), Vol 4, p. 312

Susanna Norman

F, #7688

Family 1: Jeffrey Ferris (b. about 1610, d. 31 May 1666)

Family 2: Robert Lockwood (d. about 1658)

SonEphraim Lockwood (b. about 1 December 1641, d. after 1688)
Last Edited14 January 2018

Ephraim Lockwood

M, #7689, b. about 1 December 1641, d. after 1688

Parents

FatherRobert Lockwood (d. about 1658)
MotherSusanna Norman

Family: Mercy St. John (b. about 1641)

Biography

Birthabout 1 December 1641Ephraim Lockwood was born about 1 December 1641 in Watertown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.1
Marriage8 June 1665He and Mercy St. John were married on 8 June 1665 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Ephraim and Mercy (or Mary) were said by Holden & Lockwood to have 10 children from 1665/6 to about 1700:
John, b. 19 Mar 1665/6
Daniel, b. 13 Aug 1668
Sarah (m. John Platt), b. 3 Nov 1670
Ephraim, b. 1 May 1673
Eliphalet, b. 27 Feb 1675/6
Joseph, b. 1 Apr, 1680
James, b. 21 Apr, 1683
Edmund, no dates
Mary (m. Joseph Garnsey), no dates
Abigail (m. Cook) no dates

According to the Garnsey-Guernsey Genealogy, it looks as if the three children without birthdates may have been children of Edmund Lockwood. That source references the distribution of the estate of Edmond Lockwood, which names children Joseph, Daniel, Mary Garnsy, Abigal, and Sarah.

"LOCKWOOD, Edman, late of Stamford, died Jan 31, 1692, and Mch. 25, 1692/3, letters of administration on his estate granted to his son Joseph Lockwood and Jonas Weed Sr., the later refused to qualify and Abraham Ambler, mentioned his widow ____, and children, Joseph, Daniel, Edman, Mary and Abigaile, and filed Mch. 15, 1692/3, page 95. "
(from Spencer Mead's Extract of Probate Records at Fairfield, Vol 4, 1690-1702, p. 112, viewed on the Fairfield County USGenWeb page,

Also, there is a land record from 3 Jan 1707, a deed of sale by Joseph and Mary Garnsey, husband and wife, to Edmund Lockwood [Jr.] of "our share of our father, Edman Lockwood, deceased." In Stamford Land Records, Vol. A:436, #3161, pt. 2.

Also, Donald Lines Jacobus in Families of Old Fairfield, 1930, attributes only
John
Daniel
Sarah
Ephraim, Jr.
Eliphalet
Joseph
James
to Ephraim and Mercy.
1
Deathafter 1688He died after 1688 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut,
Last Edited10 February 2018

Citations

  1. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), Vol 4, p. 312

Mercy St. John

F, #7690, b. about 1641

Parents

Family: Ephraim Lockwood (b. about 1 December 1641, d. after 1688)

Biography

Birthabout 1641Mercy St. John was born about 1641 in Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.
Marriage8 June 1665Ephraim Lockwood and she were married on 8 June 1665 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut, Ephraim and Mercy (or Mary) were said by Holden & Lockwood to have 10 children from 1665/6 to about 1700:
John, b. 19 Mar 1665/6
Daniel, b. 13 Aug 1668
Sarah (m. John Platt), b. 3 Nov 1670
Ephraim, b. 1 May 1673
Eliphalet, b. 27 Feb 1675/6
Joseph, b. 1 Apr, 1680
James, b. 21 Apr, 1683
Edmund, no dates
Mary (m. Joseph Garnsey), no dates
Abigail (m. Cook) no dates

According to the Garnsey-Guernsey Genealogy, it looks as if the three children without birthdates may have been children of Edmund Lockwood. That source references the distribution of the estate of Edmond Lockwood, which names children Joseph, Daniel, Mary Garnsy, Abigal, and Sarah.

"LOCKWOOD, Edman, late of Stamford, died Jan 31, 1692, and Mch. 25, 1692/3, letters of administration on his estate granted to his son Joseph Lockwood and Jonas Weed Sr., the later refused to qualify and Abraham Ambler, mentioned his widow ____, and children, Joseph, Daniel, Edman, Mary and Abigaile, and filed Mch. 15, 1692/3, page 95. "
(from Spencer Mead's Extract of Probate Records at Fairfield, Vol 4, 1690-1702, p. 112, viewed on the Fairfield County USGenWeb page,

Also, there is a land record from 3 Jan 1707, a deed of sale by Joseph and Mary Garnsey, husband and wife, to Edmund Lockwood [Jr.] of "our share of our father, Edman Lockwood, deceased." In Stamford Land Records, Vol. A:436, #3161, pt. 2.

Also, Donald Lines Jacobus in Families of Old Fairfield, 1930, attributes only
John
Daniel
Sarah
Ephraim, Jr.
Eliphalet
Joseph
James
to Ephraim and Mercy.
1
Last Edited14 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), Vol 4, p. 312

Edmond Lockwood, Jr

M, #7691, b. about 1600, d. about 1633

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, Sr (b. about 1574)

Family 1: Unknown

SonEdmond Lockwood, III+ (b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693)

Family 2: Elizabeth Masters

SonJohn Lockwood (b. November 1632, d. 1683)

Biography

Bio DetailSome notes on what is known. The Great Migration describes the arrangements after his death, for the care of his widow, "Ruth", and children. The children are not named. Some of them are believed to be the children of a first wife, perhaps deceased in England before his immigration, including Edmond III. Other records name his wife as Elizabeth, and she has been determined to be Elizabeth Masters. She was the mother of their son John. Her husband Edmond died within a year or two of their marriage. Elizabeth married 2. Cary Latham of Cambridge.
Birthabout 1600Edmond Lockwood, Jr, was born about 1600 in England.1
Immigration1630He immigrated in 1630 to Cambridge, Massachusetts,1
Deathabout 1633He died about 16332
Last Edited15 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), Vol 2, G-O, p.1192-3
  2. [S640] Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, Vol 2, G-O, p.1193

Edmond Lockwood, Sr

M, #7692, b. about 1574

Family:

SonRobert Lockwood+ (d. about 1658)
SonEdmond Lockwood, Jr+ (b. about 1600, d. about 1633)

Biography

DeathEdmond Lockwood, Sr, died, date unknown in England
Birthabout 1574He was born about 1574 in Combs, Suffolk, England.
Bio Detail1593His wife may have been Alice Cowper. See discussion on his WikiTree entry.
Last Edited15 January 2018

Elizabeth Masters

F, #7693

Family: Edmond Lockwood, Jr, (b. about 1600, d. about 1633)

SonJohn Lockwood (b. November 1632, d. 1683)
Last Edited15 January 2018

Edmond Lockwood, III

M, #7694, b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, Jr (b. about 1600, d. about 1633)
MotherUnknown

Family: Hannah Scott

SonDaniel Lockwood
SonEdmond Lockwood, IV (d. 8 February 1739/40)
DaughterAbigail Lockwood
DaughterSarah Lockwood
SonJoseph Lockwood (b. 15 March 1666, d. 15 June 1750)
DaughterMary Lockwood+ (b. about 1678, d. 1709)

Biography

Research NoteConfusion between Ephraim and Edmund. The Lockwood genealogy lists the children of Edmund III under Ephraim. The St. John Genealogy makes a similar error, listing Edmund's children under Mercy St. John (who married Ephraim) but confusingly, it provides the correct footnotes for Edmund concerning his will and probate. Perhaps that author thought that Ephraim and Edmund were the same man. The Garnsey-Guernsey genealogy has the correct information.1
Birthabout 1625Edmond Lockwood, III, was born about 1625 in England. Son of the first (unknown) wife of Edmond Lockwood, Jr.2
Death31 January 1693He died on 31 January 1693 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut,
Last Edited10 February 2018

Citations

  1. [S803] Orline St. John Alexander, The St. John Genealogy: Descendants of Matthias St. John (New York: Grafton Press, 1907), p. 9.; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/stjohngenealogyd00alex#page/n12/mode/1up : accessed
  2. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), Vol 2, G-O, p.1192-3

Unknown

F, #7695

Family: Edmond Lockwood, Jr, (b. about 1600, d. about 1633)

SonEdmond Lockwood, III+ (b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693)
Last Edited15 January 2018

John Lockwood

M, #7696, b. November 1632, d. 1683

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, Jr (b. about 1600, d. about 1633)
MotherElizabeth Masters

Biography

BirthNovember 1632John Lockwood was born in November 1632 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.1
Death1683He died in 1683 in New London, New London County, Connecticut,1
Last Edited15 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S640] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration and The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, Vols 1-3, 1634-1635, Vols 1-6, ancestry.com (Boston: New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Between 1996 and 2011), Vol 2, G-O, p.1193

Hannah Scott

F, #7697

Family: Edmond Lockwood, III, (b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693)

SonDaniel Lockwood
SonEdmond Lockwood, IV (d. 8 February 1739/40)
DaughterAbigail Lockwood
DaughterSarah Lockwood
SonJoseph Lockwood (b. 15 March 1666, d. 15 June 1750)
DaughterMary Lockwood+ (b. about 1678, d. 1709)
Last Edited15 January 2018

Joseph Lockwood

M, #7698, b. 15 March 1666, d. 15 June 1750

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, III (b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693)
MotherHannah Scott

Family: Margery Webb (b. 4 October 1683, d. 2 January 1737)

Biography

Birth15 March 1666Joseph Lockwood was born on 15 March 1666 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.1
Marriage10 August 1716He and Margery Webb were married on 10 August 1716 Joseph and Margery had at least three sons:
Nathaniel
Nathan
James

For further information on their families, see their WikiTree entries.1
Death15 June 1750He died on 15 June 1750 in Pound Ridge, Westchester County, New York,1
Last Edited9 February 2018

Citations

  1. [S761] "WikiTree", database, WikiTree (www.wikitree.com), https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Webb-228; submitted, [contact information for private use]

Daniel Lockwood

M, #7699

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, III (b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693)
MotherHannah Scott
Last Edited15 January 2018

Edmond Lockwood, IV

M, #7700, d. 8 February 1739/40

Parents

FatherEdmond Lockwood, III (b. about 1625, d. 31 January 1693)
MotherHannah Scott

Biography

Death8 February 1739/40Edmond Lockwood, IV, died on 8 February 1739/40 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, His will names brothers Daniel and Joseph Lockwood of Stamford, three sisters, Mary Garnsey, Abigail Cook, and Sarah Lounsbury. Also named: cousin Edmond, son of brother Daniel; cousin Deborah wife of Nathaniel Webb, daughter of brother Daniel.1
Last Edited15 January 2018

Citations

  1. [S797] Donald Lines Jacobus, History and genealogy of the families of old Fairfield (New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1930), Vol 1, p. 382; digital images, Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com (https://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=48014 : accessed