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KEENEY, Reuben (b. Abt 1745, d. 26 Feb 1797)

Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: D. L. Jacobus Notes
Title: Keeney File, Manchester Historical Society
Author: Donald Lines Jacobus
Date: 1911
Given Name: Reuben
Death: 26 Feb 1797 Bernardston, MA
Change: Date: 2 Dec 2001

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WEBSTER, Jemima (b. 16 Feb 1750, d. 9 Jun 1829)
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: D. L. Jacobus Notes
Title: Keeney File, Manchester Historical Society
Author: Donald Lines Jacobus
Date: 1911
Given Name: Jemima
Death: 9 Jun 1829 Bernardston, MA
Change: Date: 2 Dec 2001

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WEBSTER, Stephen (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: D. L. Jacobus Notes
Title: Keeney File, Manchester Historical Society
Author: Donald Lines Jacobus
Date: 1911
Given Name: Stephen
Change: Date: 2 Dec 2001

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KEENEY, Isaac (b. Abt 1750, d. 16 Apr 1806)
Note: "Isaac Kenney & his Wife Renewed Yr Baptismal Covenant & were Accepted" 12 June 1775 (NEHGR "Records of the Church in Eastbury, Conn." 62:298)

Jacobus: Isaac Keney of Glastonbury conveyed 15 acres there to Simon Keney of Hartford, 5 Apr. 1782
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: D. L. Jacobus Notes
Title: Keeney File, Manchester Historical Society
Author: Donald Lines Jacobus
Date: 1911
Given Name: Isaac
Death: 16 Apr 1806 East Hartford, CT
Change: Date: 19 Apr 2003
Time: 21:56

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KEENEY, Mrs. Susannah (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: D. L. Jacobus Notes
Title: Keeney File, Manchester Historical Society
Author: Donald Lines Jacobus
Date: 1911
Given Name: Mrs. Susannah
Change: Date: 2 Dec 2001

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SCOVIL, Henry (b. 16 Mar 1740, d. Abt 1765)
Note: Henry Scoville served in the French and Indian War in 1759 and possibly later. He probably lost his life in or as a result of that war. Cornwall Deeds show that on Feb. 15, 1763, Henry Scoville of Bolton quitclaimed one-seventh interest in his deceased brothers land (Cornwall Deeds, Vol. II, p. 367).
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. 506
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: Henry 37, b. Mar. 16, 1740
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. 15
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
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. 507
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: Henry 37, d. about 1765, Bolton, Conn.; m. Martha Taylor (?). Children: 1 dau. and Henry 108, b. 1761.
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 83, p. 101Inscriptions at Bolton, Conn.
Quality of data: 3
Note: Bolton Hill Cemetery
Data:
Text: Henry Scovil died Mar. 8, 1847, AE. 88
Source: (Individual)
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
Given Name: Henry
Death: Abt 1765 Bolton, CT
Change: Date: 29 Mar 2003
Time: 12:21

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TAYLOR(?), Martha (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
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. 507
Quality of data: 1
Data:
Text: Henry 37, d. about 1765, Bolton, Conn.; m. Martha Taylor (?). Children: 1 dau. and Henry 108, b. 1761.
Source: (Name)
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. 40
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: married Martha _____ , perhaps daughter of David Taylor of Bolton, Conn. She married second Sept. 29, 1768, at Bolton, John Hale.
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 52, p. 417 Records of the Church in Bolton, Conn.
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: 1761 July 5 Henry, son of Henry and Martha Scovel
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. 40
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Martha
Change: Date: 29 Mar 2003
Time: 09:27

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SCOVIL, Stephen (b. 20 Aug 1706, d. After 13 Apr 1778)
Note: Stephen Scovel, Jr., resided in the East Haddam part of Hadlyme parish, on land which his father had given him. His will, dated April 13, 1778, proved at Colchester, March 7, 1780. To his wife Rebecca he left the use and improve­ment of all his property, both real and personal, as long as she remains my widow, and to each of his children one shill­ing. To son Samuel Scovel ten shillings, together with what I have already given him; to son Timothy ten pounds out of my personal estate, together with what I have already given him. To the heirs of my deceased son Henry Scovel, Henry and Mary, four pounds out of my personal estate; to my son Stephen Scovel all my lands and buildings thereon standing, reserving his mother's use of the same; also my iron crowbar and a draft chain. To my children Samuel, Timothy, Stephen, Rebecca. Elizabeth and my grandchild­ren Henry and Mary seven shillings lawful money, to be equally divided between them. Son Timothy and daughters Rebecca and Elizabeth to be residuary legatees. Son Stephen to be executor.
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. 505
Quality of data: 2
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. 5
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
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. 506
Quality of data: 2
Source: (Death)
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. 15
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Individual)
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
Given Name: Stephen
Death: After 13 Apr 1778 East Haddam, CT
Change: Date: 30 Mar 2003
Time: 18:21

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MILLARD, Rebecca (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
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. 5, 15
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Rebecca
Change: Date: 29 Mar 2003
Time: 09:15

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SCOVIL, Arthur (b. 1635-1640, d. 7 Feb 1706-1707)
Note: 1. Arthur Scoville, born probably in County Dorset, England, 1635-40; died in Middletown, Connecticut, Feb. 7, 1706-07; married in England Joanna, whose parentage and date of death are unknown; married second -----, of whom there is no record.
When Arthur Scoville came over to New England is un­known, but it was perhaps about 1660. He settled in Bos­ton, where his children were born 1662-70. He came too late for the great Puritan emigration and hence did not emigrate for religious reasons. Perhaps he was in some way connected with the Commonwealth period in England and seeing the collapse of the Commonwealth imminent, de­cided to emigrate before the monarchy was restored; per­haps he removed for economic reasons. All is a matter of conjecture; one conjecture is as good as another. Arthur remained in Boston for eight or nine years. He acquired no real estate there that the records show. After some years he removed to Middletown, Connecticut, and acquired land there, but for some reason he was of Lyme, Connecticut in 1678. He subsequently returned to Middletown and died there. Under date of Sept. 24, 1678, he executed a deed of gift of his real estate to his children. A part of this deed follows; it is not a deed of entail, for it mentions all his chil­dren then living, nor does he mention his wife Joanna, who was, it is believed, deceased at this time. "Out of considera­tion of that natural affection and love which I have and bear unto my well-beloved children, Arthur, James, John and Elizabeth Scovel, and also for divers good causes and con­siderations now thereunto especially moving, I do give, grant & confirm unto them all my rights, interest and pro­priety in my land and housing in Middletown, & of all those parcells of land I bought of William Biggs and of John Warner. . . . to have and to hold from the day of my death forever, they to have it by equal proportions as many as shall then be living." This deed is recorded in the First Book of records at Middletown. Note that none of his children were of age in 1678, Arthur the eldest being but fourteen years of age. Why did be do this unusual thing?
Had he real estate in Lyme which he proposed to develope, and did he intend to make a residence in that town? The best explanation seems to be that he was intending a second marriage to a Lyme lady and took this way of securing the right in the Middletown property to his older children. Ten years later, on Oct. 8, 1688, he declared this deed of gift to be void and of non-effect. Was he then desirous to return to Middletown and his property there? We think so. His son Stephen had come upon the scene about 1680 or a few years later, and the assumed second wife was probably dead by 1688. Leaving his son Stephen in Lyme in the care of the relatives of his second wife, he returned to Middletown. His older children were dissatisfied with the state of the property, and appealed to the Governor and Council for the appointment of arbitrators. It seems as if they must have done this after their father's decease, but the date of the report of the arbitration is March 2, 1705-06, nearly a year before Arthur's death, as recorded on Middlletown records. The report of the arbitrators begins as follows:
"For as much as James Scovel, John Scovil, William Borden and Nathaniel Hudson for themselves and their heirs have made choice of us whose names are underwritten to arbi­trate the differences to their father Arthur Scovel's deceased, land in Middletown,..." The award and a minute division follows. (Middletown Land Records, Vol. II, p. 170).

CHILDREN

Born in Boston:
Elizabeth, b. Dec. 1, 1662; d. young.
2. Arthur, b. June 24, 1663-64; m. Rachel ____-. She mar­ried second Nathaniel Hudson.
Elizabeth, b. Sept. 18, 1665; d. young.
Elizabeth, b. March 18, 1667; m, William Borden of Lyme, Conn.
3. James, b. June 13, 1670;m. Hannah_.__.
4. John, b. about 1672 in Middletown; m. Mary Lucas.
5. Stephen, b. in Lyme 1680-84; m. Sarah Champion.
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.1
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
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. 505
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: Arthur Scovell, b. in England, appears in Boston, Mass., with wife Joanna; removed to Middletown, Conn., in 1670, and to Lyme, Conn., about 1678; d. Middletown, Feb. 7, 1706-7; date of wife's death not found.
Source: (Death)
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. 1
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Individual)
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
Given Name: Arthur
Death: 7 Feb 1706-1707 Middletown, CT
Change: Date: 30 Mar 2003
Time: 18:21

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PORTER, Eliphalet (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: National Archives and Records Administration
Page: Revolutionary War Pension File, Keeney, Richard S13620
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: Eliphalet
Change: Date: 5 Apr 2003
Time: 12:58

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SCOVIL, Stephen (b. 1680-1684, d. 20 May 1752)
Note: 5. STEPHEN SCOVILLE (Arthur), born about 1680 to 1684, probably in Lyme; died in East Haddam, Hadlyme parish, between May 20 and 30, 1752; married Nov. 4, 1705, Sarah Champion, born in Lyme March 8, 1687-88; living in 1745; daughter of Thomas and Hannah (Brockway) Champion of Lyme.

CHILDREN
Born in East Haddam, Conn.:
10. Stephen, b. Aug. 20, 1706; m. Rebecca Millard.
Sarah, b. Sept. 11, 1708; in. March 27, 1739, John Brockway of Lyme (William, Wolston), b. May 10,
1697, his second wife. She died at Lyme June 12, 1770.
11. Arthur, b. about 1710; m. Phoebe Willey.
12. Ezekiel, b. June 12, 1712; m. Mindwell Barber.
13. Hezekiah, b. about 1714; m. Mary Gates. Hannah, b. about 1716; bapt. (adult) at Hadlyme, Jan., 1745. Probably died before her father as she is not mentioned in his will.
13B. Daniel, b. about 1718; married Miriam Chamber­lain; second Lucy Beckwith.
Mary, b. about 1720; m. Joseph Beckwith.
14. Thomas, b. June 16, 1722; m. Jerusha Scoville.
15. Nathan, b. about 1727; bapt. (adult) Jan., 1745/6; m. Mary ____.

Stephen Scoville was the youngest son of Arthur Scoville. As he was born some eight to twelve years after ArthurŁus son John was born about 1672, it has been conjectured that Stephen was not the son of Joanna, but of a second wife. This conjecture seems probable, but it should be understood that there is no documentary evidence that Arthur Scoville married a second time, nor any such evidence that a son Stephen was born to Arthur by such an alleged second wife. There is circumstantial evidence that Stephen was a son of Arthur:
1. Stephen named a son Arthur.
2. There is on record at Lyme a deed of Peter Pratt to Stephen Scoville of land in Lyme, dated Dec. 22, 1715. This deed was witnessed by William Borden and Joanna Scoville. William Borden was the husband of ArthurŁus daughter Elizabeth. Joanna Scoville was not Joanna first wife of Arthur, but his granddaughter, born in 1689, daughter of John Scoville of Middletown. It seems strange that a young girl in Middletown should witness a deed executed in Lyme. If this identification is rejected, then Joanna must have been the wife of the first Arthur, and the conjecture of ArthurŁus second marriage falls to the ground.
3. When in 1735 Stephen (2) Scoville and James (3) Scoville of Wallingford-Meriden were associated in the pur­chase of a tract of land in Harwinton, James sold and Ste­phen gave the land to his son Ezekiel. These facts show clearly that Stephen was included in the family circle, who seem to have had a strong family feeling.
As indicated in Lyme records and by a reference in HempsteadŁus Diary, page forty-six, Stephen Scoville was engaged in the manufacture of planks and staves, being probably associated with his father-in-law, Thomas Champion, in the ownership and management of a sawmill situated in the Eight Mile River in the town of Lyme. This is a considerable stream, formed by two branches, one arising in the town of East Haddam, the other in the town of Salem. It flows into Eight Mile River Cove, sometimes called Hamburg Cove, near the present village of Hamburg. Here thousands of shad have been caught in times past. Through this cove, or perhaps at ElyŁus Wharf, a mile below on the Connecticut River, export could be handled. Stephen appears to have owned land along Beaver Brook, an indication that he was in the fur trade. This was near the present village of North Lyme, even now a sparsely inhabited region. In 1724 he bought thirty acres of land, bounded ŁSon the Commons,ŁT in what was to become, some twenty-five years later, the parish of Hadlyme, but which was then non-existent, not being incorporated until about 1742, or a little later. This parish lay along the Lyme-Haddam town line, in both towns. Stephen Scoville became a member of the Hadlyme Church in 1745/6. Mrs. Sarah Scoville was admitted to full communion in the First Church of East Haddam Dec. 19, 1731. Its place of worship lay some six miles to the north­ward, and here the family attended, if anywhere. About 1742 a church was gathered in Hadlyme, and Mrs. Scoville became a member of it. Several of her children, now grown up, were baptized by its pastor, and became members, about 1746. Here the family remained until the death of the father in 1752. Stephen Scoville left a will, which follows, copied from a photostat of the instrument, the original of which is on file at the State Library, Hartford:
"In the name of God amen. I Stephen Schoval of East Haddam in the county of Hartford and Colony of Connecticut; calling in mind my mortality and that it is appointed for all men once to die, and being of perfect mind and memory, for which I desire to bless God, I do now make this my Last will and Testament, and Firstly I do give my soul into the hands of God that gave it and my Body to be Buried with decent Christian Burial and Respecting what Estate God hath Blessed me with al here: I do after all my lawful Debts are paid by my executor hereafter mentioned, I give and bestow in manner and form as follows This Twentieth Day of May Annoque Domini 1752.
Imprimis. Unto my Beloved wife Sarah Schoval I do give and bequeath the use of my House and Lands and Tenements During her Remaining my widow, and that Provided my son Thomas Schoval Behave well toward her, that he shall have the Improvement thereof and live with her, allow­ing her Therefor an Honorable maintenance out of the same; and provided he or his Heirs and etc (?) shall abide to perform the same as above, he to have it after her Discease, whom with my wife I do ordain executors of this my last will and Testament and here to be understood that she keep sundry moveables as she shall judge needful for Her to keeping House so long as she lives.
To my beloved son Stephen Schoval besides what I have already [given] him I do give [him] Ten shillings old Tenner to be paid by my Executors [within] suitable time after my Discease. To my beloved son Arthur Schoval I do give besides what I have already given him Ten Shillings of old Tenner* paid as above. With respect to my Beloved sons and Daughters, viz. Ezekiel Schoval, Hezekiah Schoval, Daniel Schoval, Sarah Brockway, and Mary Beckwith; I do give my movables to be equally divided, considering that each of them had as portion when they Divide, and that their Brother Nathan Schoval is to come in with them in the Division Equal as above as may be mentioned hereafter__ this to be noted that mother's to keep [such] as she shall need tp keep house with all till her Disceased, and ___ Divided. Unto my Beloved son Thomas Schoval I do give and Be­queath My Tenements and Land after my wifes Decease as above sd, or to come in the possession threof before provided his mother shall marry again.

To my Beloved son Nathan Schoval I do give to come in with his other Brothers and sisters mentioned together an equal part of my moveable estate within the same Terms and in the same manner as before mentioned of them.
Signed, Sealed, Published and Pronounced this to be my Last will and Testmt, cancealing all former wills and Testaments. In Testimony whereof I do set my hand and seal the Day and Date before mentioned. . . . "
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. 505
Quality of data: 3
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. 2, 5
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Death)
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. 5
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Individual)
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
Given Name: Stephen
Death: 20 May 1752 East Haddam, CT
Change: Date: 30 Mar 2003
Time: 18:21

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CHAMPION, Sarah (b. 8 Mar 1687-1688, d. ?)
Source: (Name)
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. 505
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 23, p. 428 Births, Marriages and Deaths in Lyme, Conn.
Quality of data: 1
Note: Has not been corroborated. Town of birth, time of birth and name are all good circumstantial evidence that this Sarah Champion is the same Sarah Champion, daughter of Thomas and Hannah NEHGS in Vol 23 p428.
Given Name: Sarah
Change: Date: 29 Mar 2003
Time: 08:07

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CHAMPION, Thomas (b. , d. ?)
Note: http://www.gendex.com/users/rtwgen/mwheeler/d0003/g0000074.html
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 23, p. 428
Quality of data: 1
Source: (Name)
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. 5
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Thomas
Change: Date: 29 Mar 2003
Time: 08:08

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BROCKWAY, Hannah (b. 14 Sep 1664, d. ?)
Note: http://www.gendex.com/users/rtwgen/mwheeler/d0003/g0000074.html
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 23, p. 428
Quality of data: 4
Source: (Name)
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. 5
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 23, p. 427
Quality of data: 2
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Genealogical & Family History of the State of Connecticut
, Vol. II
Title: Genealogical & Family History of the State of Connecticut
, Vol. II
Author: William Richard Cutter
Publication: NY: 1911; repr. by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Balti
more, 1997
Page: p. 605
Quality of data: 2
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations
Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 4, 2n
d edition, Family of Edward Fuller
Author: Bruce Campbell MacGunnigle
Publication: Plymouth, MA: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1995
Page: p. 20
Quality of data: 2
Given Name: Hannah
Change: Date: 29 Mar 2003
Time: 08:08

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BROCKWAY, Wolston (b. , d. ?)
Source: (Name)
Abbreviation: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Title: New England Historical and Genealogical Register
Page: Vol. 23, p. 427
Quality of data: 3
Given Name: Wolston
Change: Date: 22 Mar 2003
Time: 14:23

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BRIGGS, Hannah (b. , d. ?)
Given Name: Hannah
Change: Date: 22 Mar 2003
Time: 14:58

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ABELL, George (b. Abt 1561, d. 13 Sep 1630)
Note: Another item in his will read, ŁSI bequeath unto my second sonne Robert Abell onelie a Twentie shillings peece for his childs parte in regard of ye charges I have beene at in placeing him in a good trade in London wch hee hath made noe use of and since in furnishing him for newe England where I hope he now is.ŁT
Thompson has built a substantial case for the identification of George AbellŁus wife Frances Cotton, discussing the known relationships and concluding, ŁSthe only possible brotherly relationship between George Abell and George and Andrew Cotton of Combermere must arise from the marriage of their sister Frances to George Abell from Hemington. Moreover, Frances (Cotton) Abell must have been the mother of the children, for otherwise her brothers would have had no particular enthusiasm for the protection of their financial interests.ŁT
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 1
Quality of data: 3
Source: (Burial)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 1
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: George
Burial: 13 Sep 1630 Lockington, Leicester, England
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:14

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COTTON, Frances (b. Abt 1573, d. ?)
Source: (Birth)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 72
Quality of data: 4
Given Name: Frances
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:16

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ABELL, Robert (b. , d. Abt 1588)
Source: (Death)
Abbreviation: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell
Title: Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell who died in Reho
both, Plymouth Colony, 20 June 1663, with English Ancestra
l Lines of Other Colonial Americans
Author: Carl Boyer, 3rd
Publication: 2001
Date: 2001
Page: p. 1
Quality of data: 3
Data:
Text: Robert Abell, of Stapenhill and Ticknell, Derbyshire, England, left a will dated 18 March 1587/8, which was proved in London 17 May 1588 by Edward Orwell, notary public. His wife, not mentioned in his will, apparently died before him. Chil, only one mentioned in his will; George, d. 1631; m. Wrenbury, Cheshire, 1 May 1599, Frances Cotton.
Given Name: Robert
Death: Abt 1588
Change: Date: 23 Mar 2003
Time: 16:23

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