Elizabeth Gore

     Elizabeth Gore was the daughter of Samuel Gore. Elizabeth Gore married John Gager.

Children of Elizabeth Gore and John Gager

Citations

  1. [S136] Gary Boyd Roberts, Notable Kin, Page 13.

Samuel Gifford

     Samuel Gifford was the son of Stephen Gifford and Hannah Gore.

Child of Samuel Gifford and Mary Calkins

Stephen Gifford

     Stephen Gifford married Hannah Gore, daughter of Samuel Gore.

Children of Stephen Gifford and Hannah Gore

Hannah Gore

     Hannah Gore was the daughter of Samuel Gore. Hannah Gore married Stephen Gifford.

Children of Hannah Gore and Stephen Gifford

Elijah Dewey

     Elijah Dewey was the son of William Dewey and Mercy Saxton.

Child of Elijah Dewey and Abigail Martin

Amy Dewey

     Amy Dewey was the daughter of Simeon Dewey and Anna Phelps.

Child of Amy Dewey and (?) Capron

Anna Phelps

b. 6 August 1719, d. 25 September 1807
     Anna Phelps was born on 6 August 1719. She married Simeon Dewey, son of William Dewey and Mercy Saxton, on 29 March 1739 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT. Anna Phelps died on 25 September 1807 at Hanover, NH, at age 88.

Children of Anna Phelps and Simeon Dewey

Simeon Dewey

b. 1 May 1718, d. 2 March 1750 or 1751
     Simeon Dewey was born on 1 May 1718 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT. He was the son of William Dewey and Mercy Saxton. Simeon Dewey married Anna Phelps on 29 March 1739 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT. Simeon Dewey died on 2 March 1750 or 1751 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT.

Children of Simeon Dewey and Anna Phelps

William Dewey

b. January 1691, d. 10 November 1759
     William Dewey was born in January 1691 at Northampton, MA. He was the son of Josiah Dewey Jr. and Mehitable Miller. William Dewey married Mercy Saxton, daughter of Joseph Saxton and Hannah Denison, on 2 July 1713. William Dewey died on 10 November 1759 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT, at age 68.

Children of William Dewey and Mercy Saxton

Mercy Saxton

     Mercy Saxton was the daughter of Joseph Saxton and Hannah Denison. Mercy Saxton married William Dewey, son of Josiah Dewey Jr. and Mehitable Miller, on 2 July 1713.

Children of Mercy Saxton and William Dewey

Josiah Dewey Jr.

b. 24 December 1666, d. circa 1750
     Josiah Dewey Jr. was born on 24 December 1666 at Northampton, MA. He was the son of Josiah Dewey and Hepzibah Lyman. Josiah Dewey Jr. married Mehitable Miller on 15 January 1690 or 1691 at Westfield, MA. Josiah Dewey Jr. died circa 1750 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT.

Child of Josiah Dewey Jr. and Mehitable Miller

Mehitable Miller

b. 10 July 1666
     Mehitable Miller was born on 10 July 1666 at Northampton, MA. She married Josiah Dewey Jr., son of Josiah Dewey and Hepzibah Lyman, on 15 January 1690 or 1691 at Westfield, MA.

Child of Mehitable Miller and Josiah Dewey Jr.

Josiah Dewey

b. 10 October 1641, d. 7 September 1732
     Josiah Dewey was born on 10 October 1641 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Thomas Dewey and Frances (?). Josiah Dewey married Hepzibah Lyman, daughter of Richard Lyman Jr. and Hepzibah Ford, on 6 November 1662 at Northampton, MA. Josiah Dewey died on 7 September 1732 at Northampton, MA, at age 90.

Child of Josiah Dewey and Hepzibah Lyman

Hepzibah Lyman

b. 1644, d. 4 June 1732
     Hepzibah Lyman was born in 1644 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Richard Lyman Jr. and Hepzibah Ford. Hepzibah Lyman married Josiah Dewey, son of Thomas Dewey and Frances (?), on 6 November 1662 at Northampton, MA. Hepzibah Lyman died on 4 June 1732 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT.

Child of Hepzibah Lyman and Josiah Dewey

William Dewey

b. 11 January 1745 or 1746, d. 10 June 1813
     William Dewey was born on 11 January 1745 or 1746 at Lebanon, New London Co., CT. He was the son of Simeon Dewey and Anna Phelps. William Dewey married Rebecca Carrier in 1768. William Dewey died on 10 June 1813 at Hanover, NH.

Child of William Dewey and Rebecca Carrier

Rebecca Carrier

b. 19 March 1746 or 1747, d. 6 July 1837
     Rebecca Carrier was born on 19 March 1746 or 1747. She married William Dewey, son of Simeon Dewey and Anna Phelps, in 1768. Rebecca Carrier died on 6 July 1837.

Child of Rebecca Carrier and William Dewey

Simeon Dewey

b. 20 August 1770, d. 11 January 1863
     Simeon Dewey was born on 20 August 1770 at Hebron, Tolland Co., CT. He was the son of William Dewey and Rebecca Carrier. Simeon Dewey died on 11 January 1863 at Montpelier, VT, at age 92.

Child of Simeon Dewey and Purdence Yemans

Julius Yemans Dewey

b. 22 August 1801, d. 29 May 1877
     Julius Yemans Dewey was born on 22 August 1801 at Berlin, VT. He was the son of Simeon Dewey and Purdence Yemans. Julius Yemans Dewey married Mary Perrin on 9 June 1825. Julius Yemans Dewey died on 29 May 1877 at Montpelier, VT, at age 75.

Child of Julius Yemans Dewey and Mary Perrin

Mary Perrin

b. 30 January 1799, d. 3 September 1843
     Mary Perrin was born on 30 January 1799 at Berlin, VT. She married Julius Yemans Dewey, son of Simeon Dewey and Purdence Yemans, on 9 June 1825. Mary Perrin died on 3 September 1843 at Montpelier, VT, at age 44.

Child of Mary Perrin and Julius Yemans Dewey

Admiral George Dewey1

b. 26 December 1837, d. 16 January 1917
     George Dewey was an American naval officer, who became a hero during the Spanish-American War when the U.S. fleet he commanded destroyed the Spanish fleet at Manila.

Dewey was born on December 26, 1837, in Montpelier, Vermont, and educated at the U.S. Naval Academy, from which he graduated in 1858. At the outbreak of the American Civil War, he was commissioned a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. In 1862, in command of the sloop Mississippi, Dewey took part in the successful operation led by Admiral David Farragut to capture New Orleans, Louisiana. Dewey was promoted to the rank of commander in 1872, captain in 1884, and commodore in 1896. In November 1897, he was given command of the Asiatic Squadron of the U.S. Navy.

When the United States declared war on Spain on April 25, 1898, Dewey's squadron was in the port of Hong Kong. The following day he was ordered to "capture or destroy the Spanish squadron," then believed to be based in Manila. On May 1, he engaged the Spanish fleet in Manila Bay after giving his famous command to the captain of his flagship: "You may fire when you are ready, Gridley." Dewey forcefully defeated an attempt by German naval vessels in the bay to interfere with his operations; he completely destroyed the Spanish fleet without the loss of a single American and with only eight men wounded . Six days later Dewey was made a rear admiral. On August 13, he aided General Wesley Merritt in capturing Manila. In further recognition of his services, Dewey was promoted (1899) to the special rank of Admiral of the Navy, and Congress passed a special act to enable him to continue in active service past the legal retirement age. He also served as president of the General Board of the U.S. Navy from 1900 until his death in Washington, D.C., on January 16, 1917.

"Dewey, George," Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 98 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1997 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Admiral George Dewey was born on 26 December 1837 at Montpelier, VT. He was the son of Julius Yemans Dewey and Mary Perrin. Admiral George Dewey died on 16 January 1917 at Washington, DC, at age 79.

Citations

  1. [S82] Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner, Princess Di, Page 40.

Hannah Denison

     Hannah Denison was the daughter of George Denison and Bridget Thompson.

Child of Hannah Denison and Joseph Saxton

Bridget Thompson1

     Bridget Thompson was the daughter of John Thompson and Alice Freeman.

Child of Bridget Thompson and George Denison

Citations

  1. [S82] Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner, Princess Di, Page 40.

Richard Lyman Jr.

     Richard Lyman Jr. married Hepzibah Ford, daughter of Thomas Ford and Elizabeth Charde.

Children of Richard Lyman Jr. and Hepzibah Ford

Hepzibah Ford

     Hepzibah Ford was the daughter of Thomas Ford and Elizabeth Charde. Hepzibah Ford married Richard Lyman Jr.

Children of Hepzibah Ford and Richard Lyman Jr.

John Thompson1

d. 6 November 1626
     John Thompson married Alice Freeman. John Thompson died on 6 November 1626 at London, England.

Children of John Thompson and Alice Freeman

Citations

  1. [S82] Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner, Princess Di, page 32.

Alice Freeman

     Alice Freeman married John Thompson.

Children of Alice Freeman and John Thompson

Thomas Ford1,2

b. circa 1590, d. 28 November 1676
     Thomas Ford was born circa 1590 at England. He married Elizabeth Charde on 19 June 1616 at Bridprot, Dorset, England. Thomas Ford married an unknown person. He died on 28 November 1676 at Northampton, MA.

Thomas Ford came to this country in the Mary and John with John Strong, and founded, with the rest of the company, the new Dorchester. He was one of the early settlers of Windsor, CT. He was deputy to the General court in 1637, 1638, 1639 and 1640, and grand juror in 1643. When his first wife died in 1643, he married for a 2d wife, Mrs. Ann Scott, widow of Thomas Scott. He removed to Northampton, and probably at the same time with John Strong in 1659. He exchanged, Dec 10, 1660, his home-lot and lands in Windsor with Edward Elmer, in Northampton.

Children of Thomas Ford and Elizabeth Charde

Citations

  1. [S82] Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner, Princess Di, Page 30.
  2. [S84] Benjamin Woodbridge Dwight Elder John Strong, Vol. I:Pg. 17.

Elizabeth Charde1,2

     Elizabeth Charde married Aaron Cooke on 2 September 1610 at Thorncombe, Dorset, England. Elizabeth Charde married Thomas Ford on 19 June 1616 at Bridprot, Dorset, England. Elizabeth Charde was buried on 18 April 1643 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT.

Child of Elizabeth Charde and Aaron Cooke

Children of Elizabeth Charde and Thomas Ford

Citations

  1. [S82] Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner, Princess Di, Page 30.
  2. [S95] Gary Boyd Roberts, Presidents 1995 Edition, Page 258.

Thomas Dewey

b. 16 February 1639 or 1640, d. 27 April 1690
     Thomas Dewey was born on 16 February 1639 or 1640 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Thomas Dewey and Frances (?). Thomas Dewey died on 27 April 1690 at Westfield, MA.

Child of Thomas Dewey and Constant Hawes

Anna Dewey

b. 15 October 1643
     Anna Dewey was born on 15 October 1643 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Thomas Dewey and Frances (?).

Israel Dewey

b. 25 September 1645
     Israel Dewey was born on 25 September 1645 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Thomas Dewey and Frances (?).

Jedediah Dewey

b. 15 December 1647, d. May 1718
     Jedediah Dewey was born on 15 December 1647 at Windsor, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Thomas Dewey and Frances (?). Jedediah Dewey died in May 1718 at Westfield, MA, at age 70.

Philip Case1,2

b. 12 February 1731/32, d. 1814
     Philip Case was born on 12 February 1731/32 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT.3 He was the son of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe. Philip Case married Lydia Soveril, daughter of Abraham Soveril and Jemima Adams, on 30 November 1757 at Sheffield, Berkshire Co., MA. Philip Case died in 1814 at Candor, Tioga Co., NY.

Will of Philip Case, Tioga Co., NY; Will book 13, p 104-105; 10 Jul 1811.

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War. Boston, MA; Wright & Potter Printing co., 1897. p184.

DAR Patriot Index: and Index to the spouses of the DAR Patriots, v. 3. Washington, DC national Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. 1986, p 676.

Children of Philip Case and Lydia Soveril

Citations

  1. [S65] Deanna Holcomb Bowman Thomas Holcomb and other Simsbury, Connecticut Settlers, Vol. I:Pg. 71/Item 8191.
  2. [S83] A. P. Case, A Brief Account of the Life of John Case at Maspeth Kills, LI.
  3. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 13.

Sarah Case

b. 18 October 1734, d. 1799
     Sarah Case was born on 18 October 1734 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe. Sarah Case died in 1799.

Timothy Case Jr.

b. 5 December 1736
     Timothy Case Jr. was born on 5 December 1736 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe.

Martha Case

b. 25 May 1739, d. 25 October 1825
     Martha Case was born on 25 May 1739 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe. Martha Case died on 25 October 1825 at age 86.

Ephriam Case

b. 1741, d. March 1801
     Ephriam Case was born in 1741 at Berkshire Co., MA. He was the son of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe. Ephriam Case died in March 1801 at Sheffield, Berkshire Co., MA.

Amy Case

b. circa 1744
     Amy Case was born circa 1744 at Berkshire Co., MA. She was the daughter of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe.

Dorothy Case

b. circa 1747
     Dorothy Case was born circa 1747 at Berkshire Co., MA. She was the daughter of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe.

Isaac Case

b. circa 1749
     Isaac is not mentioned in Goodwin and Brown nor in DS. This listing came from David Stielow, Box 10373, Burbank CA, 91510. Isaac Case was born circa 1749 at Berkshire Co., MA. He was the son of Timothy Case and Sarah Holcombe.