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KEENEY, Arthur B. (b. 25 Mar 1849, d. 5 May 1921)

Note: Primary cause of death: Angina Pectoris
Secondary or contributory: Cardiovascular Renal Disease
Note: Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County: "CAPT. ARTHUR B. KEENEY is descended from a long-lived ancestry, who have been born and bred on the old homestead farm in Hartford County which they have tilled for more than one hundred years. His great-great-grandfather was Tell Keeney and his son, Richard Keeney (our subject's great-grandfather), attained the phenomenal age of 105 years. His grandfather, Russell Keeney died at the age of eighty-eight, and his father, Porter Keeney, lived to be nearly eighty. All his paternal forefathers were farmers.

Russell Keeney married Jeruscha Dart, and had five children: Porter (our subject's father), Betsey (who married Ira Keeney), Mirinda (who became the wife of Horace Keeney), Woodruff and Huldah.

Porter Keeney, our subject's father, married Emily Bidwell, who was born April 19,1806, and died April 17, 1897, two days before reaching her ninety-first birthday. To their union were born ten children, a brief mention of some whom will be of interest: Electa was born april 2, 1826 and died Fe. 8, 1838; Sanford was born Oct. 11, 1827, and died at his home in South Manchester May 5, 1891; Edwin was born April 13, 1830, and is now a merchant of New London; Riley, born Aug. 13, 1832, died at the age of thirty, on Aug. 9, 1862, at Alexandria, Va., having served in the 5th (or Colt's) Regiment, Conn. V. I.; Emily A. (1) was born Sept. 9, 1835, and died Feb. 6, 1838; Emily A. (2) was born May 2, 1838, and married James Lyons, of South Manchester, where she still resides; Sarah R. was born Oct. 22, 1840; Harriet, born July 19, 1843, became the wife of Asa G. Hills, of Mount Pleasant, Iowa; one daughter, born in ,1845, lived only a short time; Arthur B. is referred to below. The father of this family (Porter Keeney) was born July 24, 1805 and died April 8, 1885, twelve years before his wife; he was buried in the East Cemetery of Manchester.

Arthur B. Keeney was born March 25, 1849, on the farm on which his father took up his residence shortly after marriage. It is situated in Glastonbury, just across the town line from the old Keeney homestead, in the town of Manchester. His early education was obtained at the common schools, and the first twenty years of his life were spent upon his father's farm. For ten years following he was employed in Cheney Bros.' silk mill, and at the expiration of that period he returned to the home of his boyhood, where he has lived ever since. His present farm embraces seventy-four acres, including the "home place" of fourteen acres. On May 9, 1870 he married Miss Rose Wetherell, a daughter of William and Frances (Watrous) Wetherell, the latter a direct descendant of John Alden, of Plymouth fame. One child has come to this union, Harry W., born Aug. 7, 1872, who on June 9, 1897, married Miss Dorothy M. Hall, of Manchester.

For several years Mr. Keeney served in the State Militia, with marked distinction. The date of his enlistment in the 1st Regiment, Conn. N. G., was Nov. 10, 1871. On April 9, 1877, he rose to the rank of sergeant, and on Nov. 9, 1877, was commissioned second lieutenant. He was made first lieutenant May 14, 1878, and captain Sept. 1, 1879. On Dec.19, 1882, he tendered his resignation, which was accepted. His son enlisted in the same company Feb. 16, 1891, and also rose gradually to the rank of captain, receiving his commission July 29, 1896, and having the distinction of being the youngest captain in the brigade. He resigned in 1898. Capt. Keeney is a Republican in politics. In 1896 he was elected tax collector of Manchester, and has been re-elected for the fourth time, holding the office for five years. He is a member of the First Congregational Church of Manchester Center, and belongs to the A. 0. U. W."


Dedication New Connecticut River Bridge: "A man who can collect the taxes for twelve years in one of the largest towns of the state, and still remain one of the most popular officials in the community, gives ample evidence of possessing a large amount of tact. This is the record of Captain Arthur B. Keeney, who is, at this writing, first selectman of the town of Manchester. By his genial manner, and his manifestly fair treatment of everybody with whom he has dealings, Captain Keeney has made a record to be proud of among his townspeople. When political interest was intense in Manchester and one wing of the Republican party was looking for the most popular candidate it could find, to run against the candidate of the rival wing, who was also a man of wide popularity, Captain Keeney was chosen as the standard bearer of his friend, against his wishes, and he led them to victory. For four years Mr. Keeney has been first selectman of the town, and he has given a good administration each year.

Captain Keeney was born in Glastonbury, March 25, 1849. He attended the schools in Glastonbury and also the South Manchester High school He has always been a farmer by occupation. He has taken a prominent part in military affairs in the town, having held every office in Company G, First Regiment, C. N. G., and was captain from 1880 to 1882. He resigned the captaincy in 1882, but is still prominent in the Company G Veteran association. He married Miss Rose Wetherell, and they have one son. Captain Keeney is a member of King David Lodge of Odd Fellows."
Note: (Medical):Secondary or contributory: Cardiovascular Renal Disease
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Bidwell Family History, Volume 1
Title: Bidwell Family History, Volume 1
Author: Joan J. Bidwell
Publication: Gateway Press, Inc.
Page: p. 344, 539
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: 4493. ARTHUR KEENEY b. 25 Mch. 1849 South Manchester, Connecticut d. 24 Apr. 1921 m (1) 7 May 1870 Rose Wetherell (2) 13 Nov. 1912 Sarah H. Green
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County Connec
ticut
Title: Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County Connec
ticut
Publication: J. H. Beers & Co., Chicago
Date: 1901
Page: Vol. 2, p. 959
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Medical Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: Primary cause of death: Angina Pectoris
Secondary or contributory: Cardiovascular Renal Disease

Occupation: farmer
Date of birth: Mar. 25, 1849
Birthplace: Manchester, CT
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Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Medical Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: Place of Burial: West Cemetery, Manchester, CT
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Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: First Regiment Connecticut National Guard
Title: Trip of the First Regiment C. N. G. to Yorktown, VA., and C
harleston, S. C., October 17-28, 1881
Author: Julius G. Rathbun, Brevet Brigade-Corporal, and Historian F
irst Regiment
Publication: Hartford, Conn.:
Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company 1882
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County Connec
ticut
Title: Commemorative Biographical Record of Hartford County Connec
ticut
Publication: J. H. Beers & Co., Chicago
Date: 1901
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Dedication New Connecticut River Bridge
Author: American Enterprise Souvenir
Date: October 6, 7, 8, 1908
Given Name: Arthur B.
Event: Carpenter, farmer
Type: Occupation
Event: Type: Military Service

Death: 5 May 1921 Manchester, CT
Burial: West Cemetery, Manchester, CT
Cause: Angina Pectoris
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 11:35

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WETHERELL, Roselle (b. 19 Aug 1849, d. 23 May 1910)
Note: Aug. 13, 1949 Rusell Wetherel to Wm. and Frances C. Wetherel
Person Certifying; William Wetherel
Note: Primary cause of death: Cerebral hemorrhage
W. R. Tinker, M. D.

Date of birth: Aug. 19, 1849
Birthplace: Manchester, CT
Father's name: William Wetherell
Father's birthplace: Manchester, CT
Maother's maiden name: Celia Watrous
Mother's birthplace: Bolton, CT
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Handwritten "Composition Book"
Title: Handwritten "Composition Book"
Author: In possession of Harry Keeney
Date: 1905
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: 1850 Federal Census
Title: 1850 Federal Census
Date: Jun 1850
Page: CT. Roll 41, p. 442
Quality of data: 4
Note: Note "Sally C." in the census under William's household. She is William's father's (James) second wife. James had died in 1847.
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Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Record of Births in the Town of Manchester A. D. 1849, p. 67
Quality of data: 4
Note: Clearly the reference to "Rusell" was a mishearing or misspelling of "Roselle."
Data:
Text: Aug. 13, 1949 Rusell Wetherel to Wm. and Frances C. Wetherel
Person Certifying; William Wetherel
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Medical Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: Primary cause of death: Cerebral hemorrhage
W. R. Tinker, M. D.

Date of birth: Aug. 19, 1849
Birthplace: Manchester, CT
Father's name: William Wetherell
Father's birthplace: Manchester, CT
Maother's maiden name: Celia Watrous
Mother's birthplace: Bolton, CT
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Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Medical Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: West Cemetery, Manchester, CT
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Given Name: Roselle
Death: 23 May 1910 Manchester, CT
Burial: West Cemetery, Manchester, CT
Cause: Cerebral hemorrhage
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 11:36

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WATROUS, Frances Celia (b. 9 Feb 1825, d. 29 Mar 1901)
Note: Date of Death: March 29, 1901
Date of Birth: Feb. 9, 1825
Place of Death: Manchester, CT
Place of Birth: Bolton, CT
Father's Name: Elija A. Watrous
Birthplace of Father: Hebron, CT
Birthplace of Mother: Walpole, NH
Cause of Death: General debility

W. R. Tinker M. D.
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Bolton, CT Vital Records to 1854
Title: Bolton, CT Vital Records to 1854
Page: p. 126
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: The following is a List of the Births of the Children of Elijah A. Watrous Esqr & his Wife Prudence.

Sarah Ann Born April 14th 1823
Frances Celia " Feby 9th 1825
Sarah C. " January 14th 1827
Emily " January 4th 1829
Addeline " January 11th 1831
Esther M. " Nov 11th 1833
Marry C. " March 4th 1836
Clarissa L. " February 26th 1838
Jane Roselle " July 5th 1841
Juliette " Sept 3d 1843
Alice A. " April 23d 1846
recorded August 27th 1846 by L. Talcott, Register
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Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Bolton, CT Vital Records to 1854
Title: Bolton, CT Vital Records to 1854
Page: p. 118
Quality of data: 4
Note: Prior Bolton Vital Record entry and Death Certificate indicated birth on Feb. 9th not 19th.
Data:
Text: Frances Celia Watrous Daughter of Elijah A Watrous & Prudence his wife was born February 19th 1825
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Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: Date of Death: March 29, 1901
Date of Birth: Feb. 9, 1825
Place of Death: Manchester, CT
Place of Birth: Bolton, CT
Father's Name: Elija A. Watrous
Birthplace of Father: Hebron, CT
Birthplace of Mother: Walpole, NH
Cause of Death: General debility

W. R. Tinker M. D.
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Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: Physical Visit
Page: Photo
Quality of data: 4
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Given Name: Frances Celia
Death: 29 Mar 1901 Manchester, CT
Burial: West Cemetery, Manchester, CT
Cause: General debility
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 11:37

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WETHERELL, William (b. 19 Mar 1819, d. 27 Feb 1887)
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Handwritten journal belonging to "H W Keeney 19 Hamlin Stre
et, South Manchester, CT"
Title: Handwritten journal belonging to "H W Keeney 19 Hamlin Stre
et, South Manchester, CT"
Date: 1905
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: Occupation: Farmer

Father's Name: James Wetherell

Cause of Death: Secondary: Dropsy
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Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: Physical Visit
Page: Photo
Quality of data: 4
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Given Name: William
Death: 27 Feb 1887 Manchester, CT
Burial: West Cemetery, Manchester, CT
Cause: Dropsy
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 11:05

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WATROUS, Elijah Abel (b. 28 Sep 1800, d. 23 Dec 1883)
Note: Gravestone: "Elijah A. Watrous died Dec. 23, 1883, age 83"
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Page: p 323
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 83, p. 104
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: Elijah A. Watrous died Dec. 23, 1883, AE. 83
Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 83, p. 104
Quality of data: 4
Data:
Text: Bolton Hill Cemetery
Given Name: Elijah Abel
Death: 23 Dec 1883 Bristol, CT
Burial: Bolton, CT
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 11:37

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SCOVIL, Prudence (b. 28 Nov 1803, d. 23 Apr 1882)
Note: The death certificate of her daughter Frances Celia Watrous Wetherell lists her mother's birth as Walpole, NH. The death above implies a birth of 1803. This is in fact what is recorded in "A History of Walpole". It also lists her as having married a "Waters". "Arthur Scovell and His Descendants in America" (p. 70) lists her birth, and having married a "Waters" or "Warrous." She did in fact marry "Watrous" which is often misrecorded as Waters in various records.

The Walpole book lists her as having died before 1826, while Scovell Descendants references a second marriage to William Perkins. We know from her gravestone in Bolton (Gravestone: "Prudence Scovil, wife of Elijah A. Watrous, died Apr. 23, 1882 age 78") that neither of these is true.

Walpole's vital records were lost in a fire in the 1800s.
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: A Survey of Scovils or Scovills in England and America
Title: A Survey of Scovils or Scovills in England and America; Sev
en Hundred Years of History and Genealogy
Author: Homer Worthington Brainard
Publication: Hartford
Privately Printed
Date: 1915
Page: p. 511
Quality of data: 1
Data:
Text: Henry 108, d. March 8, 1847, Bolton, Conn.; m. (1) Sarah ------; (2) Mrs. Lydia (Wilcox) Porter; lived at Surry and Walpole, N.H., and Bolton, Conn. Children: 6 daus. and Frederick, Henry.
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Town of Manchester, CT Vital Records
Page: Certificate of Death
Quality of data: 3
Note: Lists mother's birth as Walpole, N.H.
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Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: A History of Walpole New Hampshire
Title: A History of Walpole New Hampshire Volume II
Author: Martha McDanolds Frizzell
Publication: Walpole Historical Society - Town of Walpole 1963
Date: 1963
Page: p. 257
Quality of data: 2
Data:
Text: SCOVILL, Prudence b 1803; d before 1826; m Waters
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Arthur Scovell and His Descendants in America
Title: Arthur Scovell and His Descendants in America 1660-1900
Author: Jennie M. (Scoville) Holley and Homer Worthington Brainard
Publication: Rutland, Vermont
The Tuttle Publishing Company, Inc.
1941
Page: p. 70
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 83, p. 104. "Inscriptions from Gravestones at Bolton, Conn" Communicated by Lucius Barnes Barbour
Quality of data: 4
Note: Bolton Hill Cemetery
Data:
Text: Prudence Scovil, wife of Elijah A. Watrous, died Apr. 23, 1882, AE. 78
Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 83, p. 104
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: Bolton Hill Cemetery
Given Name: Prudence
Death: 23 Apr 1882 Bolton, CT
Burial: Bolton, CT
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 11:37

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WATROUS, Jonathan Bissell (b. 2 Jun 1758, d. 23 Sep 1841)
Note: Jonathan Waterhouse descended from Jacob Waterhouse, was born June 2, 1758 in the part of New London, Connecticut that is now Waterford. He served in several units in the Revolutionary War, at times under his father, Lieutenant Nathaniel Waterhouse. He was first in the infantry in 1776 where he fought at the Battle of White Plains. He then served at Fort Trumbull, and finally manned a cannon as a Marine aboard the Connecticut Navy ship Oliver Cromwell. Aboard the Oliver Cromwell he was involved in action resulting in the capture of the British ship Admiral Keppel. His service and the engagement with the Admiral Keppel are confirmed in this account in "Maritime Connecticut During The Revolution". He was wounded slightly in the engagement, and ultimately received a for his service in the war.

Jonathan married Abia Webster (a descendant of Gov. John Webster of Connecticut, and a Mayflower descendant) in 1783. According to Jonathan's pension declaration they settled in Colchester until the early 1800s, when they moved to Hebron. Jonathan died September 23, 1841 in Somers, CT, and he and his wife are now buried in St. Peter's Cemetery in Hebron, CT.
Note: (Research):I have undated family notes that go back at least to my great grandmother Rose Wetherell Keeney, daughter of Frances Celia Watrous Wetherell (daughter of Elijah Watrous, grandaughter of Jonathan) in which the Watrous family from Jonathan and Abia is laid out. Beyond that, the only written proof of the marriage of Jonathan and Abia, as well as the births of all of their children, to my knowledge, is recorded in History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Connecticut, which does not provide any sources. It was, however, published in the early 1880s when several of Jonathan's children were still alive.

To date I am aware of no primary evidence of the marriage of Jonathan and Abia or the birth of Elijah. The Daughters of the American Revolution have a file on Jonathan but does not provide any help on the marriage question (this was determined after several back-and-forth correspondences.) The DAR file contains transcribed excerpts from the family bible of Jonathan Bissell Watrous, Jr. but they do not address the parentage. (It turns out that this excerpt was transcribed from Jonathan Jr.'s War of 1812 widows' pension application.)

I visited the Hebron and Colchester, CT town clerks in June 2001 but they have no record of their marriage, or births of any of the children. My search of land records in Hebron and Colchester only turned up his purchase in April, 1835, of the cemetery plots at St. Peter's. He does not appear as a member of St. Peter's though he was buried there, and one of its ministers, Alpheas Geer, was a witness to his Revolutionary War pension application (his son Hubbard Judson was a member of St. Peter's in 1835).

There is proof that the Abia buried next to him is the Mayflower descendant Abia Webster. The 1817 will of her sister Anne Webster names "my sister Abia Watrous" as well as the "heirs of Jonathan Watrous."

Finally, there is a probate bond signed by Elijah Watrous on behalf of Jonathan Waterhouse in January 1842. Though it does not state the relation it is at least circumstantial proof of the relationship. Probate would have been in Bolton but there is no probate file there indicating that there were no material assets to convey.
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: DAR File Folder Labeled: WATROUS FAMILY
Title: DAR File Folder Labeled: WATROUS FAMILY - PA, Bible of Jona
than Watrous
Publication: forwarded by Jean D. Strahan, Genealogist, DAR Library, Wa
shington, DC, 4-27-2001
Date: 1930
Text: b 1795 & wife Matilda Moore lived Wayne, Co., PA
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files
Title: Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files V
ol III
Author: Virgil D. White
Page: p. 3692
Quality of data: 4
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Index of St. Peter's Historical Cemetery, Church St., Hebro
n, CT
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Page: p 322
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Somers, CT Town Clerk
Title: Report from January 31, 1898 Record of Marriages and Death
s in Somers Church Records Records of Somers Church
Page: p. 26
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Jonathan Bissell
Given Name: Jonathan
Event: Military
Type: Military
Death: 23 Sep 1841 Somers, CT
Change: Date: 26 Apr 2003
Time: 10:29

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WEBSTER, Abia (b. 9 Jan 1765, d. 10 Mar 1835)
Note: Vol 1 p348
Note: Gravestone at St. Peter's Church, Hebron, CT: "Wife of Jonathan Watrous, died March 10, 1835, age 70"
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Early Lebanon Vital Records (1700-1854)
Title: Early Lebanon Vital Records (1700-1854)
Date: 1911
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Index of St. Peter's Historical Cemetery, Church St., Hebro
n, CT
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Page: p. 323
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Baptism)
Abbreviation: Goshen Congregational Church Baptisms
Baptism: 14 Apr 1765 Lebanon, CT
Given Name: Abia
Death: 10 Mar 1835 Gilead, CT
Burial: 12 Mar 1835 St. Peter's Church, Hebron, CT
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 17:49

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METCALF, Abia (b. 3 Mar 1736, d. 15 Jul 1817)
Note: Vol 1 p196
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Early Lebanon Vital Records (1700-1854)
Title: Early Lebanon Vital Records (1700-1854)
Date: 1911
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Page: p 154
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Abia
Death: 15 Jul 1817 Lebanon, CT
Change: Date: 23 Feb 2001

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WEBSTER, Elijah (b. 19 Feb 1731, d. 23 Mar 1777)
Note: Vol 1 p348
Note: Admitted to the church at Goshen, Sep. 24, 1758 Died of smallpox
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Page: p 153
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Early Lebanon Vital Records (1700-1854)
Title: Early Lebanon Vital Records (1700-1854)
Date: 1911
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Page: p 154
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Title: History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Co
nnecticut
Author: William Holcomb Webster and Rev. Melville Reuben Webster, D
. D.
Publication: E. R. Andrews Printing Company
Date: 1915
Given Name: Elijah
Death: 23 Mar 1777 Lebanon, CT
Change: Date: 22 Mar 2001

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DELANO, Thankful (b. 8 Jun 1702, d. 26 Dec 1777)
Note: p193
Note: from Lebanon Hist. Soc
Note: Members of the First Church of Lebanon in Goshen, which Thankful joined Feb. 1730
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records
Source: (Individual)
Abbreviation: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Title: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Author: compiled by Muriel Curtis Cushing
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Given Name: Thankful
Death: 26 Dec 1777 Lebanon, CT
Change: Date: 26 Feb 2001

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METCALF, Ebenezer (b. 3 Apr 1703, d. 22 Jan 1780)
Note: Barbour Index reads "d. Jan. 22, 1780, age 76 yrs. the 10th of Apr. 1779 O.S."
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records
Given Name: Ebenezer
Death: 22 Jan 1780 Lebanon, CT
Change: Date: 5 Mar 2001

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SIMMONS, Martha (b. 17 Nov 1677, d. 10 Dec 1754)
Note: p192
Note: p192
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Given Name: Martha
Death: 10 Dec 1754 Lebanon, CT
Change: Date: 26 Feb 2001

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DELANO, Ebenezer (b. 23 Dec 1672 or 1675, d. Bef 1706)
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Title: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Author: compiled by Muriel Curtis Cushing
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Page: p 11
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Ebenezer
Death: Bef 1706 Pembroke, MA
Change: Date: 26 Feb 2001

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SAMPSON, Elizabeth (b. Abt 1648, d. Bef 11 Dec 1708)
Note: Not mentioned in husband's will
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Title: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Author: compiled by Muriel Curtis Cushing
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Page: p 3
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Elizabeth
Death: Bef 11 Dec 1708 Duxbury, MA
Change: Date: 26 Feb 2001

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DELANO, Philip (b. 1638, d. Dec 1708)
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Title: Philip Delano of the "Fortune" 1621
Author: compiled by Muriel Curtis Cushing
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Page: p 3
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Philip
Death: Dec 1708 Duxbury, MA
Change: Date: 26 Feb 2001

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PABODIE, Mercy (b. 2 Jan 1650, d. 1728)
Note: p59
Note: p59
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Given Name: Mercy
Death: 1728 Duxbury, MA
Change: Date: 11 Jan 2001

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SIMMONS, John (b. 1651, d. 9 Feb 1716)
Note: p59
Note: p59
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Given Name: John
Death: 9 Feb 1716
Change: Date: 11 Jan 2001

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SIMMONS, Moses (b. , d. 1691)
Note: Arrived on the "Fortune" in 1621
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Page: p 60
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: History of The Simmons Family
Title: History of The Simmons Family
Author: Lorenzo Albert Simmons
Date: 1930
Page: p 9
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Moses
Death: 1691 Duxbury, MA
Change: Date: 22 Mar 2001

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ALDEN, Elizabeth (b. 1624-1625, d. 31 May 1717)
Note: p23
Note: p23
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 16, Par
t 1, John Alden,
Author: Alicia Crane Williams, Editor
Publication: General Society of Mayflower Descendants
Date: 1999
Given Name: Elizabeth
Death: 31 May 1717 Little Compton, RI
Change: Date: 11 Jan 2001

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