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Susannah Ogden

F, #8301, d. between 1770 and 071

Family: Samuel Wilson (b. about 1689, d. between 1750 and 051)

DaughterSusannah Wilson (d. before 1763)
DaughterMary Wilson (b. between 1712 and 017, d. 19 May 1813)
SonSamuel Wilson, Jr.+ (b. between 1712 and 1722, d. 2 July 1756)
SonCapt. Joseph Wilson+ (b. 30 August 1726, d. about March 1814)
SonWilliam Wilson (b. after 1729, d. about November 1763)

Biography

Marriagebetween 1710 and 1715Samuel Wilson and Susannah Ogden were married between 1710 and 17151
Deathbetween 1770 and 071She died between 1770 and 071
Will9 April 1770She signed a will on 9 April 1770 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Willson, Susannah, late of Greenwich, will dated Apr. 9, 1770, probated June 20, 1771, mentions her son-in-law Roger Lyon; grandsons Samuel Wilson, Benjamin Wilson, Jotham Wilson, and Andrew Wilson; son Joseph Willson, granddaughters Ethelener Kniffin and Mary Ogden; daughter Mary Lyon; granddaughters Aner Kniffin, Sarah Lyon; bequests to Shubal Kniffin, Reuben Kniffin, and David Kniffin. Executor her son Joseph. Witnesses Benjamin Willson, Jotham Willson, and Nehemiah Willson, page 449. Inventory taken June 24, 1771, by Benjamin Willson and Jotham Willson, and filed June 26, 1771, page 449. Mar. 3, 1772, an appeal from the probate of her will taken by Shubal Kniffin of the Manor of Cortlandt, page 484.2
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Citations

  1. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 123.; digital images, ( : accessed
  2. [S123] Spencer P. Mead, ABSTRACT of PROBATE RECORDS FOR THE DISTRICT OF STAMFORD, COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, AND STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1803-1848., www.ctgenweb.org, http://www.ctgenweb.org/county/cofairfield/pages/greenwich/greenwich_index.htm. Hereinafter cited as Mead's Abstract of Stamford Probate.

Samuel Wilson, Jr.

M, #8302, b. between 1712 and 1722, d. 2 July 1756

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson (b. about 1689, d. between 1750 and 051)
MotherSusannah Ogden (d. between 1770 and 071)

Family: Phebe Lyon (b. about 1720, d. 29 January 1770)

SonAndrew Wilson
SonRoger Wilson
DaughterSusannah Wilson
SonSamuel Wilson, III (b. 1739, d. 28 October 1806)
SonBenjamin Wilson+ (b. 6 March 1741, d. 7 July 1809)
SonJustus Wilson (b. about 1743, d. 1781)
SonJotham Wilson+ (b. 1747, d. 18 November 1811)
SonThomas Wilson (b. 1756, d. 3 May 1812)

Biography

Birthbetween 1712 and 1722Samuel Wilson, Jr., was born between 1712 and 1722.1
Marriageabout 1740He and Phebe Lyon were married about 1740 Children of Samuel and Phebe:
Samuel
Benjamin
Justus
Jotham
Andrew
Roger
Thomas
Susannah (m. Gabriel Many, Amsterdam, NY)

All children b. between 1735 and 1756, because all were under age when Samuel died..1,2
ResidenceSamuel lived at King Street in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York,
Will30 June 1756He signed a will on 30 June 1756. named sons Samuel (called the eldest son),
Benjamin,
Justus,
Jotham,
Andrew,
Thomas(called the youngest son)
Wife Phebe,
Daughter Susannah Wilson
"my son Rodger, being lame, unable to support himself", to be taken care of by Samuel and Benjamin.1
Death2 July 1756He died on 2 July 17561
Burial4 July 1756He was buried on 4 July 1756 at New Baptist Cemetery, King Street, in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.1
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Citations

  1. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 125.; digital images, ( : accessed
  2. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed

Phebe Lyon

F, #8303, b. about 1720, d. 29 January 1770

Family: Samuel Wilson, Jr., (b. between 1712 and 1722, d. 2 July 1756)

SonAndrew Wilson
SonRoger Wilson
DaughterSusannah Wilson
SonSamuel Wilson, III (b. 1739, d. 28 October 1806)
SonBenjamin Wilson+ (b. 6 March 1741, d. 7 July 1809)
SonJustus Wilson (b. about 1743, d. 1781)
SonJotham Wilson+ (b. 1747, d. 18 November 1811)
SonThomas Wilson (b. 1756, d. 3 May 1812)

Biography

Birthabout 1720Phebe Lyon was born about 1720 in Rye, Westchester County, New York.1
Marriageabout 1740Samuel Wilson, Jr., and she were married about 1740 Children of Samuel and Phebe:
Samuel
Benjamin
Justus
Jotham
Andrew
Roger
Thomas
Susannah (m. Gabriel Many, Amsterdam, NY)

All children b. between 1735 and 1756, because all were under age when Samuel died..1,2
Will26 January 1770She signed a will on 26 January 1770 in Rye, Westchester County, New York. She made bequests of specific movables to her sons Joatham, Andrew, and Rodger, with the remainder to be divided equally among all her children except Rodger.

Her son Benjamin was named executor, but he did not serve in 1784.1
Death29 January 1770She died on 29 January 1770 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut,1
Burial31 January 1770She was buried on 31 January 1770 at New Baptist Cemetery, King Street, in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.1
Probate Record31 March 1784Phebe was listed in probate records on 31 March 1784 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Wilson, Phebe, late of Greenwich, Mar. 31, 1784, letters of administration on her estate granted to Joseph Wilson, page 453.3
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Citations

  1. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 125.; digital images, ( : accessed
  2. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed
  3. [S123] Spencer P. Mead, ABSTRACT of PROBATE RECORDS FOR THE DISTRICT OF STAMFORD, COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, AND STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1803-1848., www.ctgenweb.org, http://www.ctgenweb.org/county/cofairfield/pages/greenwich/greenwich_index.htm. Hereinafter cited as Mead's Abstract of Stamford Probate.

Capt. Joseph Wilson

M, #8304, b. 30 August 1726, d. about March 1814

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson (b. about 1689, d. between 1750 and 051)
MotherSusannah Ogden (d. between 1770 and 071)

Family 1: Eunice Brown

SonNehemiah Wilson+ (b. 26 June 1751, d. 24 January 1814)
DaughterMary Wilson (b. 27 February 1755)
DaughterSusannah Wilson (b. 8 January 1762, d. 22 March 1838)
SonDaniel Wilson (b. 17 April 1764, d. 11 June 1812)
DaughterHannah Wilson (b. 21 July 1767, d. 30 October 1857)

Family 2: Susannah Wilson (b. 23 July 1773, d. 9 August 1827)

Biography

NoteHe was referred to as Capt. in Rev. Earle's marriage record of his marriage to Susannah Wilson.
Birth30 August 1726Capt. Joseph Wilson was born on 30 August 1726 in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York.
Research Note1758In 1758 Rye, Westchester County, New York, Probably not this Joseph, may be earlier generation. NY G&B Record, Vol 58, Issue 2, p. 106, 1927: From Liber D., p. 132.

David Kniffen of Rye and Susanna his wife, to Joseph Willson of Greenwich, Conn., mortgaged land in Rye on the King Street Road, bounded by land belonging to the heirs of Samuel Willson, dec'd. Feb 16, 1758. Wit. by Jonathan Kniffen.
Research Note6 December 1759On 6 December 1759 Rye, Westchester County, New York. Same reference, p. 200: Joseph Willson of Greenwich, Conn., yeoman, to Luis Maruen of Rye, merchant, the northern part of the farm which lately belonged to David Kniffen of sd Rye, dec'd.; bounded by land belonging to the heirs of Samuel Willson late of Rye, dec'd. 6 Dec. 1759.
Marriage17 March 1794He and Susannah Wilson were married on 17 March 1794 in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York, His children were from his first wife, Eunice. His second wife is listed in his will.

He was married by Rev. Marmaduke Earle, Baptist minister. The Register of Marriages performed by Rev. Marmaduke Earle, 1793-1855, is available on Ancestry.com.1,2,3
Will30 May 1810He signed a will on 30 May 1810 in Rye, Westchester County, New York. Be it remembered that I Joseph Willson of the town of Rye in the County of Westchester and State of New York considering the uncertainly of this mortal life and being of sound and perfect mind and memory do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following (that is to say) First I order that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid out of my moveable estate. I then give and bequeath to my wife Susannah Willson three pieces of gold Coin to wit: one half Johannes and two half eagles. I further give and bequeath to my wife Susannah Willson at her disposal the equal third part of all my moveable estate (exclusive of what she shall receive from the estate of & by her father) together with the use of the homested wherein I now dwell during her natural life. The whole of the bequest hereby made to be considered in lieu of all other claims or right of dower to all and every other part of my estate. I give and bequeath to my two daughters Mary Green and Susannah Merritt the sum of fifty pounds cash to be paid them out of my moveable estate. The remaining part of my moveable estate the one half thereof I give and bequeath to the children of my daughter Mary Green to be divided equally between them the other half of said remainder I give and bequeath to the children of my daughter Susannah Merritt to be divided equally among them. I give and devise to my son Nehemiah Willson his heirs and assigns forever all that messuage or tenement of land lying in the east side and adjoining to the Kingstreet road in the town of Rye commonly called Byram ridge together with my salt meadow in said town of Rye. I next order and direct my Executor hereafter named to sell my land at blind brook so called and the monies issuing from such sale to divide equally between my son Nehemiah Willson, my grandson Samuel Brown and my grandson Willson Merritt. Further it is my will and I hereby order that at and after the death of my wife Susanna Willson, the homestead where on I now dwell the whole thereafter be kept for the benefit of the ministers and poor of the Baptist Church to which I now belong and shall continue to be at the place where it now is appointed, that is, the one half of the profits thereof to be given to the Minister in and with the said Church and the other half of the profits thereof to be given to the Poor belonging to the said Church to be under the management and direction of the said Church reserving a piece in the north meadow adjoining the Kingstreet road of twenty five feet on an eastern and western line and thirty six feet on a northern and southern line for a burying ground for my family and descendants. Lastly I nominate and appoint my son Nehemiah Willson, John Brown Esq'r, and Henry Purdy as Executors of this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former Wills by me made. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seat this 30th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and (ten?). Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above named Joseph Willson to be his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who have herewith subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of the Testator.
(Signed) Joseph Willson (SEAL)
Witnesses:
Thomas Willson
Drake Seymour
Thom's. M. Willson
[
The date is probably March, not May, because the will was probated in April.]
Death5 June 1811He died on 5 June 18114
Deathabout March 1814He died about March 1814 in Rye, Westchester County, New York,5
Probate Record18 April 1814Joseph was listed in probate records on 18 April 1814 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. At a Court of Probate held at Stamford in & for Stamford District April 18th 1814 Eben'r Davenport Esq'r Judge present. Personally appeared Thomas M. Willson of Rye, County of Westchester and State of New York and made oath that he saw Joseph Willson late of Rye now Dec'd sign and seal the foregoing writing that he heard him declare the same to be his last Will and Testament that said dec'd appeared to him at the same time to be of sound disposing mind and memory & that he together with Thos. Willson and Drake Seymour before mentioned subscribed their names as witnesses to the same at the request and in the presence of the Testator. Whereupon this Court doth consider and adjudge said Will proved and doth approve of the same and order it to be recorded.
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Citations

  1. [S226] Church of the LDS, Salt Lake City, Utah, Probate Court Records, Stamford District, v 10-11 1804-1819, FHL US/CAN Film # 5566, vol. 10, p. 451. Hereinafter cited as Probate Court Records, Stamford District, v 10-11 1804-1819.
  2. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed
  3. [S111] Spencer P. Mead, Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich County of Fairfield and State of Connecticut (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1911, 1997), p. 685. Hereinafter cited as Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich.
  4. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 125.; digital images, ( : accessed
  5. [S226] Church of the LDS, Salt Lake City, Utah, Probate Court Records, Stamford District, v 10-11 1804-1819, FHL US/CAN Film # 5566: p. 451.

Eunice Brown

F, #8305

Family: Capt. Joseph Wilson (b. 30 August 1726, d. about March 1814)

SonNehemiah Wilson+ (b. 26 June 1751, d. 24 January 1814)
DaughterMary Wilson (b. 27 February 1755)
DaughterSusannah Wilson (b. 8 January 1762, d. 22 March 1838)
SonDaniel Wilson (b. 17 April 1764, d. 11 June 1812)
DaughterHannah Wilson (b. 21 July 1767, d. 30 October 1857)
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Susannah Wilson

F, #8306, d. before 1763

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson (b. about 1689, d. between 1750 and 051)
MotherSusannah Ogden (d. between 1770 and 071)

Family: Kniffen

Biography

MarriageKniffen and Susannah Wilson were married, date unknown
Deathbefore 1763She died before 1763 in Rye, Westchester County, New York,
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Kniffen

M, #8307

Family: Susannah Wilson (d. before 1763)

Biography

MarriageKniffen and Susannah Wilson were married, date unknown
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Mary Wilson

F, #8308, b. between 1712 and 017, d. 19 May 1813

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson (b. about 1689, d. between 1750 and 051)
MotherSusannah Ogden (d. between 1770 and 071)

Family: Capt. Roger Lyon (b. about 715, d. 13 May 1797)

Biography

Birthbetween 1712 and 017Mary Wilson was born between 1712 and 017.1
Marriageabout 1735Capt. Roger Lyon and she were married about 17351,2,3
Death19 May 1813She died on 19 May 1813
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Citations

  1. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 125.; digital images, ( : accessed
  2. [S840] Robert B. Miller, Editor, Lyon Memorial, Volume 3: New York Families Descended from the Immigrant Thomas Lyon, of Rye (Detroit, Mich.: Press of William Graham Printing Co., 1907), Vol 3, page 65; digital images, (https://archive.org/stream/lyonmemorial03lyon#page/n11/mode/1up : accessed
  3. [S188] Edith M. Wicks and Virginia H. Olson, compiler, Stamford's Soldiers, Genealogical Biographies of Revolutionary War Patriots from Stamford, Connecticut. (Stamford Connecticut: Stamford Genealogical Society and The Ferguson Library, 1976), p. 162. Hereinafter cited as Stamford's Soldiers.

Capt. Roger Lyon

M, #8309, b. about 715, d. 13 May 1797

Family: Mary Wilson (b. between 1712 and 017, d. 19 May 1813)

Biography

Birthabout 715Capt. Roger Lyon was born about 715 in Byram, Fairfield, Connecticut.1
Marriageabout 1735He and Mary Wilson were married about 17351,2,3
Death13 May 1797He died on 13 May 1797 in North Castle, Westchester County, New York,1
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Citations

  1. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 125.; digital images, ( : accessed
  2. [S840] Robert B. Miller, Editor, Lyon Memorial, Volume 3: New York Families Descended from the Immigrant Thomas Lyon, of Rye (Detroit, Mich.: Press of William Graham Printing Co., 1907), Vol 3, page 65; digital images, (https://archive.org/stream/lyonmemorial03lyon#page/n11/mode/1up : accessed
  3. [S188] Edith M. Wicks and Virginia H. Olson, compiler, Stamford's Soldiers, Genealogical Biographies of Revolutionary War Patriots from Stamford, Connecticut. (Stamford Connecticut: Stamford Genealogical Society and The Ferguson Library, 1976), p. 162. Hereinafter cited as Stamford's Soldiers.

William Wilson

M, #8310, b. after 1729, d. about November 1763

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson (b. about 1689, d. between 1750 and 051)
MotherSusannah Ogden (d. between 1770 and 071)

Biography

Birthafter 1729William Wilson was born after 1729.1
Will13 August 1763He signed a will on 13 August 1763 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. Willson, William, late of Greenwich, will dated Aug. 13, 1763, probated Dec. 6, 1763, mentions his mother Susannah Wilson, brother Joseph Willson, sister Mary Lyon, nephew Shubel Kniffin, and nephew Jotham Wilson. Executors his brothers Joseph Wilson and his mother Susannah Wilson. Witnesses Benjamin Wilson, Justus Willson, and John Trenchard, page 131. Inventory taken Dec. 29, 1763, by Benjamin Wilson and Justus Wilson, and filed Jan. 3, 1764, page 132.2
Deathabout November 1763He died about November 1763 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut,1
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Citations

  1. [S834] New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record (New York City: New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, n.d.), "John and Mary (Lyon) (Studwell) Wilson of Greenwich, Connecticut and Bedford and Rye, New York", Fredercik C. Hart, Jr. Vol 145 (2014), p. 125.; digital images, ( : accessed
  2. [S123] Spencer P. Mead, ABSTRACT of PROBATE RECORDS FOR THE DISTRICT OF STAMFORD, COUNTY OF FAIRFIELD, AND STATE OF CONNECTICUT, 1803-1848., www.ctgenweb.org, http://www.ctgenweb.org/county/cofairfield/pages/greenwich/greenwich_index.htm. Hereinafter cited as Mead's Abstract of Stamford Probate.

Samuel Wilson, III

M, #8311, b. 1739, d. 28 October 1806

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson, Jr. (b. between 1712 and 1722, d. 2 July 1756)
MotherPhebe Lyon (b. about 1720, d. 29 January 1770)

Family: Sarah Newman

Biography

Birth1739Samuel Wilson, III, was born in 1739.1
Relocationabout 1770About 1770, Samuel Wilson, III, moved to Somers, Westchester County, New York.1
Death28 October 1806He died on 28 October 1806 in Somers, Westchester County, New York,1
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Citations

  1. [S111] Spencer P. Mead, Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich County of Fairfield and State of Connecticut (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1911, 1997), p. 683. Hereinafter cited as Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich.

Benjamin Wilson

M, #8312, b. 6 March 1741, d. 7 July 1809

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson, Jr. (b. between 1712 and 1722, d. 2 July 1756)
MotherPhebe Lyon (b. about 1720, d. 29 January 1770)

Family: Mary (Polly) Kniffin (b. 21 November 1742, d. 11 February 1835)

DaughterSusannah Wilson+ (b. 23 July 1773, d. 9 August 1827)

Biography

Birth6 March 1741Benjamin Wilson was born on 6 March 1741 in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York.1
Marriage1761He and Mary (Polly) Kniffin were married in 1761 According to Spencer Mead's History of Greenwich, Benjamin and Polly had 7 children:

Gertrude, m. Hobby Adee of Rye
Phebe, m. Charles Leggett
Charity, m. David Lyon
Susannah, m. 1 Joseph Wilson (as his second wife), m2. Jesse Slawson
Benjamin, m. Phebe Merritt of Rye, removed to Chenango County, NY
Kniffin, m. Ruth Morey of Chenango County, NY
Daniel, m. Abigail Miller of Greenwich and moved to Chenango County, NY.2
Relocationabout 1800About 1800, Benjamin Wilson moved to Oxford, Chenango County, New York.1
Will14 June 1809He signed a will on 14 June 1809 in Oxford, Chenango County, New York. The following is listed on Benjamin's Findagrave entry:
Certified Copy of Last Will of Benjamin Wilson, City of Oxford, County of Chenango, State of New York. It was written 14 June 1809, one month before his death, several months after the death of his daughter Gertrude Wilson, who married Hubby Adee. The will was submitted to probate July 15, 1809, a week after his death. Other persons named in will: Benjamin Willson (son), Kniffin Willson, Daniel Willson, Mary Willson my beloved wife, Daughter Phebe Leggett, Susanna Wilson, Charity Lyon
Death7 July 1809He died on 7 July 1809 in Oxford, Chenango County, New York,1,3
Burial9 July 1809He was buried on 9 July 1809 at Ten Broeck Cemetery in Oxford, Chenango County, New York.
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Citations

  1. [S111] Spencer P. Mead, Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich County of Fairfield and State of Connecticut (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1911, 1997), p. 683. Hereinafter cited as Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich.
  2. [S111] Spencer P. Mead, Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich, p. 684.
  3. [S287] Find a Grave Website, online www.findagrave.com, Ten Broeck Cemetery, Oxford, NY

Justus Wilson

M, #8313, b. about 1743, d. 1781

Parents

FatherSamuel Wilson, Jr. (b. between 1712 and 1722, d. 2 July 1756)
MotherPhebe Lyon (b. about 1720, d. 29 January 1770)

Biography

Research NoteSpencer Mead stated that he married but had no issue.1
Birthabout 1743Justus Wilson was born about 1743 in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York.1
Death1781He died in 1781 in Amenia, Dutchess County, New York,1
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Citations

  1. [S111] Spencer P. Mead, Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich County of Fairfield and State of Connecticut (Camden, Maine: Picton Press, 1911, 1997), p. 684. Hereinafter cited as Ye Historie of Ye Town of Greenwich.

Silas Belden

M, #8314

Parents

Family:

SonCharles Belden+ (b. 4 May 1728, d. 10 August 1811)
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Jonathan Belden

M, #8315

Parents

Family:

SonSilas Belden+
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John Belden, I

M, #8316

Parents

Family:

SonJonathan Belden+
SonJohn Belden, II+ (b. 12 June 1658)
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Richard Belden

M, #8317

Family:

SonJohn Belden, I+

Biography

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John Belden, II

M, #8318, b. 12 June 1658

Parents

Family:

DaughterHannah Belden (b. 12 September 1692)

Biography

Birth12 June 1658John Belden, II, was born on 12 June 1658 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.
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Hannah Belden

F, #8319, b. 12 September 1692

Parents

FatherJohn Belden, II (b. 12 June 1658)

Biography

Birth12 September 1692Hannah Belden was born on 12 September 1692 in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.
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Mary Wilson

F, #8321, b. 27 February 1755

Parents

FatherCapt. Joseph Wilson (b. 30 August 1726, d. about March 1814)
MotherEunice Brown

Family 1: Samuel Brown

Family 2: James Green

Biography

Birth27 February 1755Mary Wilson was born on 27 February 1755 in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York.1
MarriageSamuel Brown and she were married, date unknown1
MarriageJames Green and she were married, date unknown1
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Citations

  1. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed

Susannah Wilson

F, #8322, b. 8 January 1762, d. 22 March 1838

Parents

FatherCapt. Joseph Wilson (b. 30 August 1726, d. about March 1814)
MotherEunice Brown

Biography

Birth8 January 1762Susannah Wilson was born on 8 January 1762 in Port Chester, Westchester County, New York.1
Death22 March 1838She died on 22 March 1838 in New Castle, Westchester County, New York,1
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Citations

  1. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed

Nathan Merritt

M, #8323

Family: Susannah Wilson (b. 8 January 1762, d. 22 March 1838)

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Samuel Brown

M, #8324

Family: Mary Wilson (b. 27 February 1755)

Biography

MarriageSamuel Brown and Mary Wilson were married, date unknown1
Last Edited28 April 2018

Citations

  1. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed

James Green

M, #8325

Family: Mary Wilson (b. 27 February 1755)

Biography

MarriageJames Green and Mary Wilson were married, date unknown1
Last Edited28 April 2018

Citations

  1. [S838] Charles W. Baird, Chronicles of a Border Town: History of Rye, Westchester County, New York, 1660 - 1870 (New York: Anson D. F. Randolph and Company, 1871), p. 497; digital images, archive.org (https://archive.org/stream/chronicleofborde00bair#page/n6/mode/1up : accessed