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Jesse Vanzile
  • Given Name: Jesse
  • Surname: Vanzile
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 25 AUG 1802 in New York
  • Death: 7 APR 1889 in Ashland County,Ohio
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    Jesse VanZile was the owner of a mill in Perrysville, Ohio. He camewith his father from New York in 1820. He married in Wayne county in1822. In 1838 he bought an acre of land.

    He was a Farmer And Mill Owner in Green Twp Ashland Co. Oh.. AshlandCounty Newspaper Jan 23, 1890 Jesse Vanzile estate vs Abraham &Elizabeth, who reside at Hush Post Office, Allen Co. IN. and Daniel &Minerva, who reside at Germa Post Office, Dekalb Co., IN. ------ In the1830 census Vermillion Twp. page 138 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-30, 2females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30. In the 1880 Census ofGreen Twp., Ashland Co., Oh. Jesse Vanzile is white male 78 years old,Occupation. hermit born NY father born Holland mother born NY.


    Father: Thomas Vanzile b: ABT 1765 in Holland
    Mother: Rebecca Meade b: 1781 in Nine Partners,Dutchess County,New York

    Marriage 1 Mary Margaret Whisemore b: 3 NOV 1800 in Ohio
    • Married: 18 FEB 1822 in Wayne County,Ohio
    Children
    1. Has Children Thomas Vanzile b: 6 NOV 1826 in Ohio
    2. Has Children Elizabeth Vanzile b: 4 MAR 1828 in Ashland County,Ohio
    3. Has No Children John Vanzile b: 15 MAY 1829 in Ashlend County,Ohio
    4. Has Children Abraham Vanzile b: 14 JUN 1830 in Ohio
    5. Has Children Perry Vanzile b: 12 MAR 1832 in Ohio
    6. Has Children Daniel W. Vanzile b: 4 JUL 1833 in Ohio
    7. Has Children Israel Ezeriah Vanzile b: 15 MAR 1835 in Ohio
    8. Has Children Sidney V. Vanzile b: 4 SEP 1837 in Ohio
    9. Has Children Lavina Vanzile b: 11 JUN 1839 in Perrysville,Green Township,Ashland County,Ohio
    10. Elariah Vanzileb b:1835 Ashland ,ohio
    11. Eiriah Vanzile marrie Hetttie Hunter 1in 1857 in Ashland ,Ohio
    12. they had a daughter Katherine VanZile b:1866 who married George Logan Allenbaugh b: 1866 Ashland . They had two children Ona Mae Allenbaugh b1889 and Howard.
    13. Ona May Allenbaugh married Jay Carpernter
    14. .
    15. More VanZile History In America and Ashland 
    16. Ohio 

      Thomas Vanzile was born about 1765 in Holland. He died on May 30 1855 in Ohio. He was buried in Ohio. He married Rebecca Meade about 1800 in Probably New York.

      He was blind as of 1850 in Vermillion township. He came with hisfamily to Ohio in the early 1800's

      Rebecca Meade [Parents] was born in 1781 in Nine Partners, Dutchess County, New York. She died on May 18 1850 in Probably Ohio. She married Thomas Vanzile about 1800 in Probably New York.

      They had the following children:

        F i Jane Vanzile
        M ii Jesse Vanzile
        M iii Ezeriah Vanzile
        M iv Alfred Vanzile
        F v Mary Martha Vanzile
        M vi Daniel Vanzile
        M vii Manna Vanzile was born in 1824 in Probably Ohio.
        M viii Henry Vanzile was born in 1827 in Probably Ohio.
        F ix Harriet Vanzile
        F x Rebecca Vanzile

    Jesse Vanzile [Parents] was born on Aug 25 1802 in New York. He died on Apr 7 1889 in Ashland County, Ohio. He married Mary Margaret Whisemore on Feb 18 1822 in Wayne County, Ohio.

    Jesse VanZile was the owner of a mill in Perrysville, Ohio. He came with his father from New York in 1820. He married in Wayne county in1822. In 1838 he bought an acre of land.

    He was a Farmer And Mill Owner in Green Twp Ashland Co. Oh.. Ashland County Newspaper Jan 23, 1890 Jesse Vanzile estate vs Abraham & Elizabeth, who reside at Hush Post Office, Allen Co. IN. and Daniel & Minerva, who reside at Germa Post Office, Dekalb Co., IN. ------ In the1830 census Vermillion Twp. page 138 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-30, 2 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, 1 female 20-30. In the 1880 Census ofGreen Twp., Ashland Co., Oh. Jesse Vanzile is white male 78 years old,Occupation. hermit born NY father born Holland mother born NY.

    Mary Margaret Whisemore was born on Nov 3 1800 in Ohio. She died on Jun 20 1839 in Ashland County, Ohio. She married Jesse Vanzile on Feb 18 1822 in Wayne County, Ohio.

    They had the following children:

      M i Thomas Vanzile
      F ii Elizabeth Vanzile
      M iii John Vanzile
      M iv Abraham Vanzile
      M v Perry Vanzile
      M vi Daniel W. Vanzile
      M vii Israel Ezeriah Vanzile
      F viii Sidney V. Vanzile

    Israel Ezeriah Vanzile [Parents] was born on Mar 15 1835 in Ohio. He died on Feb 12 1920 in Mansfield, Ohio. He married Martha Hunter on Aug 20 1857 in Ashland Coutny, Ohio.

    Martha Hunter was born about 1830 in Ashland County, Ohio. She died on Mar 18 1900 in Ashland County, Ohio. She was buried in Bunker Hill Cemetary, Richland County, Ohio. She married Israel Ezeriah Vanzile on Aug 20 1857 in Ashland Coutny, Ohio.

    They had the following children:

      F i Martha Vanzile
      F ii Ellen Vanzile
      M iii John Vanzile
      F iv Olive Vanzile was born on Feb 23 1864 in Ashland County, Ohio. She died on Nov 6 1880 in Ashland County, Ohio.

    Died of Diphtheria.
      F v Catherine Vanzile
      F vi Mary Vanzile
      F vii Hettie Vanzile was born in 1869 in Ashland County, Ohio. She died in 1870 in Ashland County, Ohio.
      M viii Charles Vanzile
      M ix Daniel Vanzile was born in 1877 in Ashland County, Ohio.
      F x Anna Vanzile

    Catherine Vanzile [Parents] was born in 1865 in Ohio. She married Unknown Allenbaugh.

    They had the following children:

      M i Howard Allenbaugh
      F ii Onee Allenbaugh - husband grandmother

    Meade Family Line

    Rebecca Meade [Parents] was born in 1781 in Nine Partners, Dutchess County, New York. She died on May 18 1850 in Probably Ohio. She married Thomas Vanzile about 1800 in Probably New York

    Hezekiah Mead [Parents] was born about 1748 in Orange, New York. He died after 1810 in Newtown, Tioga, New York. He married Miss about 1780 in New York.

    Miss. married Hezekiah Mead about 1780 in New York.

    They had the following children:

      M i Judah Mead was born about 1777 in Orange, New York. He died in 1839 in Madison Township, Scioto County, Ohio.
      M ii Peter Mead was born about 1778 in Orange, New York. He died on Dec 25 1834 in Chemung, New York.
      F iii Rebecca Meade
      M iv Issac Mead was born about 1787 in Orange, New York.
      M v James Mead was born on Jul 13 1790 in Orange, New York. He died on Jan 19 1859 in Madison Township, Scioto County, Ohio.
      F vi Nathaniel Mead was born about 1793 in Orange, New York.
      M vii William Mead was born on Jan 14 1796 in Orange, New York. He died on Nov 25 1864 in Madison Township, Scioto County, Ohio.

    Jonathan S. Mead [Parents] was born on Nov 10 1715 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died after 1790 in Washington, Duchess County, New York. He married Sarah Guernsey in 1743 in Washington, Duchess County, New York.

    Sarah Guernsey [Parents] was born about 1724 in Duchess County, New York. She died after 1770 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. She married Jonathan S. Mead in 1743 in Washington, Duchess County, New York.

    They had the following children:

      M i Johnathan Mead was born in 1736 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died in 1800 in Duchess County, New York.
      M ii Jehiel Mead was born about 1738 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died before 1760 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M iii Hezekiah Mead
      M iv Nathaniel Mead was born on Jul 16 1750 in Milan, Duchess County, New York. He died on Feb 5 1816 in Duchess County, New York.
      F v Hannah Mead was born on Jun 29 1752 in Milan, Duchess County, New York. She died on Mar 9 1831 in Duchess County, New York.

    Jonathan Mead , Jr. Mead [Parents] was born on Aug 5 1684 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on May 13 1754 in Duchess County, New York. He married Esther Butler on Dec 7 1713 in Duchess County, New York.

    When following Vance Meads' family history (refer to Source "Descendantsof Thomas Meade of Clavering") Jonathan Mead is as far as he goes in myfamily line. He has no descendants of Jonathan . His line continues offof Jonathon's brother, John and his wife Elizabeth Lockwood.

    Esther Butler [Parents] was born on May 5 1687 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. She died after 1731 in Duchess County, New York. She married Jonathan Mead , Jr. Mead on Dec 7 1713 in Duchess County, New York.

    They had the following children:

      F i Hannah Mead was born on Sep 2 1714 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M ii Jonathan S. Mead
      M iii Michael Mead was born on Sep 4 1718 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M iv Enos Mead was born on Nov 17 1721 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on Dec 19 1774 in Duchess County, New York.
      M v Nehemiah Mead was born on Nov 17 1721 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on May 21 1760 in Crum Elbow, Duchess County, New York.
      M vi Nathaniel Mead was born on Jun 11 1725 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M vii Israel Mead was born on Jun 11 1725 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      F viii Sarah Mead was born on May 6 1731 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. She died in 1815 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

    John Mead [Parents] was born on Aug 15 1658 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on May 12 1693 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He married Ruth Hardey on Oct 27 1681 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

    Removed from Hempstead, Long Island to Old Greenwich (now Sound Beach) CTin 1660 and purchased land from Richard Crab on Oct. 26 as it appeared ina deed in the town records.

    This story was copied from the web site at<http://www.ctssar.org/patriots/matthew_mead.htm>. Although I don't haveMatthew Mead in the file at this time, I have his grandparents, John andRuth Hardy Mead.....

    The Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution

    Captain Matthew Mead

    Born 1734, died 1812; married about 1759 Mary Bush, who was born February3, 1742, daughter of Justus Bush and Ann Hayes.
    Compiled by Raymond M. Owen, Jr., and Gladys Husted Rungee Owen, greatgreat granddaughter of Captain Mead.

    The Mead (Meade, Meades, Mede) Family was an ancient and honorableEnglish family. One of their ancestors had been a friend and physician ofQueen Elizabeth and lived at the Court in Greenwich, England. Twobrothers, William and John, sailed on Captain Stagg's ship, Elizabeth,from Lydd, County Kent, England, to the Massachusetts Bay Colony in April1635. From there they removed to Hempstead, Long Island, later toWethersfield, Connecticut, and then to Stamford in 1641. John came toGreenwich in October 1660 and bought land of Richard Crab and others.

    His descendent, Captain Matthew Mead, was commissioned Captain of the NewCompany or Train Band in the Town of Greenwich at the May session of theConnecticut General Assembly in 1773. At a special Town Meeting heldMarch 11,1777, he was appointed a member of the Committee of Safety andInspection together with Joshua Ferris, Robert Peck, Nehemiah Mead,Thaddeus Mead, Lieutenant Seth Palmer, and Gershom Lockwood. The Townvoted to send for the "six four-pound cannon and shot for the same" whichhad been granted to it at the November 1776, General Assembly.

    Captain Matthew Mead's Company served under his older brother, LieutenantColonel John Mead, the commanding officer of the Ninth Regiment, FourthBrigade, Connecticut Militia, comprised of various companies located inthe towns of Norwalk, Stamford, and Greenwich. John had been offered aCaptain's Commission in the British Army by King George, but turned itdown to serve in our army, becoming a full Colonel in May 1777 and aBrigadier General in May 1781.

    Captain Matthew Mead's Company had John Knapp as Lieutenant, Isaac Howeas ensign, six sergeants, and thirty-one privates, a total of forty menin all, to protect Horseneck. This was the First Detail. The Company,which was ordered to New York in 1776, took part in the Battle of LongIsland August 27, 1776. The First Detail served during the months ofAugust and September, and the Second Detail served during October,November, and December 1776 and January 1777. Captain Mead served withhis men in both Details, whose composition was not identical. In theSecond Detail Captain Mead had Isaac Howe,
    ensign, seven sergeants, two corporals, and twenty-five privates, a totalof thirty-six.

     

    He was in one of the last regiments, under General Israel Putnam, in theretreat from New York City to Harlem (Washington Heights). It has beensaid that during the retreat General Putnam with 4,000 men was left as arear guard while the main army under General Washington took a positionon Harlem Heights. When General Washington heard that the British GeneralClinton had landed in New York September 19, 1776, he sent a hurriedorder to General Putnam to evacuate the city and join him on
    Harlem Heights. Putnam was ignorant of the route leading from the city,and his aide, Aaron Burr, offered to guide the troops.
    He got lost, and Captain Mead's Company suffered losses in a skirmishwith the pursuing British Light Calvary.

    After the retreat they were posted on Harlem Heights and remained thereuntil the Battle of White Plains on October 28,1776, in which they wereengaged and suffered considerable losses. After the battle theConnecticut General Assembly ordered the Ninth, Tenth, Thirteenth, andSixteenth Regiments of Connecticut to march to the Westchester border andplace themselves under the command of General Wooster. Later the Stateregiments under the command of Colonel Enos and Colonel Whiting relievedthem.

    On December 19, 1778, Captain Matthew Mead was again, with six others,made a member of the Committee of Safety and Inspection. This group wasto check the guns, ammunition, and food supplies for those who remainedin Greenwich and to see to their safety.

    During the Revolution Greenwich was a burr in the side of the British.General Tryon called the people of Greenwich "swamp rats" because afterthey attacked British supply ships on Long Island Sound and were pursuedby warships, they disappeared into the swamps and small bays on theConnecticut shore. On more than one occasion small boats fled across theshallow sandbars where the pursuing enemy ships went aground, to thegreat amusement of the natives who gathered on the shore to watch.

    The British General Tryon made his historical raid on Greenwich February26, 1779. He had three objectives: the Cos Cob salt flats, the raidingfleet of small whaleboats, and the horse farms. The possible capture ofGeneral Putnam was an added inducement. General Putnam, however, made hisfamous escape down Put's Hill.

    At the time of Tryon's Raid, Captain Mead's house was situated on thePost Road to the west of Mead Tavern (corner of Putnam Avenue andLafayette Place) with an old house in between. By the end of the war Meadwas a Major. He died in Greenwich in 1812 and was buried in his wife'sfamily (Bush) vault, which was where the Greenwich Boys' Club is nowlocated. The vault and its remains have been moved to Putnam Cemetery,where it is today.

    The children of Captain Matthew Mead and Mary Bush were Matthew, Justus,Bush, Charity, Rachel, Betsey, and Ann. His grandfather was ConstableJohn Mead, born about 1658, died May 12, 1691, whose marriage to RuthHard(e)y was the first marriage recorded in the Town of Greenwich October27, 1681.

    John Mead [Parents] was born in 1634 in Lydd, Kent, England. He died on Feb 5 1698/1699 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He married Hannah Potter on Jul 10 1657 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

    Hannah Potter [Parents] was born on Sep 8 1636 in New Haven, Connecticut. She died on Nov 13 1700 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. She married John Mead on Jul 10 1657 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

    There is a theory that Hannah Potter was the daughter of John Browne andDorothy. After John's death, Dorothy's second husband was William Potter,who adopted Hannah and gave her the name Potter.
    John Browne, b. 1598, came over on the Lyon in 1632 and settled inWatertown, Mass. His parents were Edmund Browne, b. 1547, and MaryCamphorne, b. 1562, daughter of William Cramphorne and Joane Plow. Edmundis the son of William Browne, b. abt 1505, and Joan, b. abt. 1510. All ofthe Brownes were born in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire.

    They had the following children:

      M i John Mead
      M ii Joseph Mead was born on May 2 1660 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died in 1725 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      F iii Hannah Mead
      M iv Ebenezer Mead was born in 1663 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died in 1728 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M v Benjamin Mead was born on May 7 1667 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on Feb 22 1745/1746 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M vi David Mead was born on May 4 1671 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died in Feb 1726/1727 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M vii Nathaniel Mead was born on Mar 6 1675/1676 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died in 1703 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      F viii Elizabeth Mead was born in 1678 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      M ix Samuel Mead was born on Jun 8 1678 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He died on Oct 7 1713 in Connecticut.
      F x Abigail Mead was born on Apr 12 1681 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
      F xi Mary Elizabeth Mead was born on Jan 8 1682/1683 in Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

    William Mead [Parents] was born in 1597 in Lydd, Kent, England. He died on Sep 19 1657 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. He married Martha Davis in 1625 in Lydd, Kent, England.

    Name may have been spelled "Mayd." Came from England on the "Elizabeth"to MA in April 1635. Removed to Hempstead, Long Island, then toWetherfield Co., CT and then to Stamford, NH where on 7 Dec 1641 hereceived a home lot and 5 acres of land.

    The following information taken from WFT Vol 1 #2745:

    sailed to America on the "Elizabeth" in 1635 Captain Stagg
    sailed from Lydd-Kent Co. England to Wethersfield
    One of the first land-owners in Stamford

    Martha Davis [Parents] was born in 1604 in Lydd, Kent, England. She died after 1657 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. She married William Mead in 1625 in Lydd, Kent, England.

    They had the following children:

      M i Joseph Mead
      F ii Martha Mead was born on Nov 8 1632 in Lydd, Kent, England. She died in 1675 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

    Martha was said to have been an epileptic. In 1653 she married JohnRichardson, about whom there is practically nothing in the records. Heknew that she was pregnant before their marriage, and when the time camefor her to give birth, he took her away to Roxbury, MA to avoid scandal.The baby died a month thereafter. Who was the sneaky one who found outand leaked the news in Stamford? This wrongdoing was considered seriousenough for New Haven to handle. Joseph Mead (Martha's brother) explainedabout her fits, and Martha herself said that when she was at her mastershouse, she happened to have a fit and came to only to find Joseph Garnseyin the room. There was also a John Ross in the house.. Martha claimedthat she was taken advantage of while unconscious and therefore did notknow the father's name. Several goodwives-- Knapp, Stuckey, Buxton, Webb,and Emory--testified about her fits. They also admitted that she liedabout ever having had the baby. The court didn't buy Martha's story. Theyconsidered it nonsense. The men concurred that a sexual act involved somereaction, particularly a reaction of pleasure. Punishment should havebeen a severe whipping, but since Martha was pregnant again, she wasfined ten pounds, which, of course, her brother and husband wereresponsible for. The death of the baby in Roxbury aroused suspicion, butJoseph said he would present proper documents to prove that the death wasa natural one. Though this case is handled or at least written up, in avery cut-and-dried fashion, one can draw questioning inferences from it.Martha was evidently a servant as she refers to being in her master'shouse. Were many girls so employed? Both her family and her husbandwholeheartedly supported her. Was it to protect themselves also fromscandal? Did they know the true facts or did they honestly believe her?The full weight of the Puritan Law stands on this case , but once againwe see the court members ready to be lenient. We also get a glimpse ofMartha's lady supporters, how they defended her, and how they may haveenjoyed their moment in an almost gossipy way.
      M iii John Mead

    Richard Mead [Parents] was born in 1562 in Essex, England. He died after 1610 in Essex, England. He married Frances about 1586 in Lydd, Kent, England.

    Frances was born about 1578 in Probably England. She died after 1610 in Probably England. She married Richard Mead about 1586 in Lydd, Kent, England.

    They had the following children:

      M i Gabriel Goodman Mead
      M ii William Mead
      M iii John Mead was born in 1602 in Lydd, Kent, England.
      M iv Richard Mead was born in 1604 in Lydd, Kent, England.

    Reynold Mead [Parents] was born about 1535 in Elmdon, Essex, England. He died in 1590 in Elmdon, Essex, England. He married Barbara.

    Reynold was a considerable landowner. He owned the estates of Elmdonbury,Dagsworth, and Mounteneys, fields in Chrishall, forest in GreatChishall,, etc. From ATtopographical Dictionary of England, London: S.Lewis and Co., 1831, by Samuel Lewis: The living is a vicarage, with thatof Thundridge annexed, in the archdeaconry of Middlesex, and diocese ofLondon, rated in the king's books, and in the patronage of the Master andFellows of Trinity College, Cambridge. The church, situated in the centreof the town, is dedicated to St. Mary; it is an ancient cruciformedifice, with two sepulchral chapels and a west tower, surmounted by alow spire; in the interior is an antique font, in the later style ofEnglish architecture. In the churchyard is an ancient tombstone, bearingthe following inscription; "To the memory of William Mead, M.D., whodeparted this life on the 28th day of October, 1652, aged one hundred andforty-eight years, nine months, three weeks, and four days."

    Barbara. married Reynold Mead.

    They had the following children:

      M i Thomas Mead was born about 1560.
      M ii Richard Mead
      M iii John Mead was born about 1564.
      M iv Edward Mead was born about 1565.

    Studied law at the Inns of Court.
      F v Martha Mead was born about 1567.
      F vi Agnes Mead was born about 1569.
      F vii Mary Mead was born about 1570.
      F viii Frances Mead was born about 1572.

    Thomas Mead [Parents] was born about 1510 in Great Easton, Essex, England. He died on May 20 1585 in Great Easton, Essex, England. He married Johanna.

    Thomas is buried in St. Nicholas, Elmdon, Essex, England. Translation ofthe inscription on his tombstone: "To Thomas Meade Esquire, SecondJusticiar of the Bench, buried here. His most faithful wife Jo(h)an(na)placed (this monument). He died 20th May 1585."

    Johanna. married Thomas Mead.

    They had the following children:

      M i Thomas Mead was born about 1530. Thomas was born about 1540.
      M ii Reynold Mead

    Thomas Mead [Parents] was born about 1484 in Clavering, Essex, England.

    He had the following children:

      M i Thomas Mead
      M ii John Mead was born about 1515 in England. He died in 1602 in Great Easton, Essex, England.

    Thomas Mead was born about 1450 in Somersetshire, England. He died in 1504 in Clavering, Essex, England.

    He had the following children:

      M i William Mead was born about 1480 in England.
      M ii Richard Mead was born in 1483 in England.
      M iii Thomas Mead
      M iv John Mead was born about 1490 in Clavering, Essex, England.
      F v Margaret Mead was born about 1492 in England.

    Guernsey Family

    Ebenezer Guernsey [Parents] was born on Aug 20 1702 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Dec 17 1785 in Durham, Middlesex, Connecticut. He married Ann Merwin Lyman about 1722 in Connecticut.

    Ann Merwin Lyman was born about 1706 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. She married Ebenezer Guernsey about 1722 in Connecticut.

    They had the following children:

      F i Elizabeth Guernsey was born in 1694 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. She died on Nov 20 1753 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.
      M ii Joseph Guernsey was born in 1700 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Aug 23 1764 in Waterbury, Connecticut.
      F iii Sarah Guernsey

    Joseph Guernsey [Parents] was born on Jan 13 1673/1674 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Sep 15 1754 in Woodbury, Lichfield, Connecticut. He married Elizabeth Dishow in 1694 in New Haven, Connecticut.

    Elizabeth Dishow [Parents] was born in 1676 in Horseneck, Lichfield, Connecticut. She died in 1753 in Woodbury, Lichfield, Connecticut. She married Joseph Guernsey in 1694 in New Haven, Connecticut.

    They had the following children:

      F i Elizabeth Guernsey was born in 1695 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. She died on Nov 20 1753 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.
      M ii Joseph Guernsey was born in 1700 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Aug 23 1764 in Waterbury, Connecticut.
      M iii Ebenezer Guernsey
      M iv Jonathan Guernsey was born on Apr 30 1704 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Jun 14 1776 in Waterbury, Connecticut.
      F v Betsey Guernsey was born in 1706 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.
      M vi Peter Guernsey was born on Apr 6 1709 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He died on Jul 1 1777 in Bethleham, Lichfield, Connecticut.
      M vii John Guernsey was born on Apr 6 1709 in Waterbury, Connecticut. He died on Apr 3 1783 in Armenia, Duchess, New York.

    Joseph , Sr. Guernsey [Parents] was born in Oct 1649 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died on Mar 10 1729/1730 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. He married Hannah Cooley on Apr 10 1673 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Hannah Cooley [Parents] was born on Oct 10 1664 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. She died after 1700 in Connecticut. She married Joseph , Sr. Guernsey on Apr 10 1673 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.

    They had the following children:

      M i Joseph Guernsey
      F ii Hannah Guernsey was born on Mar 4 1676/1677 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.
      F iii Mary Guernsey was born on May 1 1680 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut. She died on May 2 1715 in Connecticut.
      F iv Elizabeth Guernsey was born in 1686 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.
      M v John Guernsey was born in 1689 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut.

    Henry Garnsey [Parents] was born in 1620 in England. He died on Aug 13 1692 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married Hannah Munnings in 1647 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

    Hannah Munnings [Parents] was born in 1629 in Denge, Essex, England. She died on Aug 17 1686 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She married Henry Garnsey in 1647 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

    They had the following children:

      M i John Garnsey was born on Dec 7 1648 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died on Mar 31 1722 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts.
      M ii Joseph , Sr. Guernsey
      F iii Hannah Garnsey was born in 1651 in Dorchester, Suffolk, Massachusetts

    Henry Garnzey [Parents] was born on May 9 1587 in Bath, Somerset, England. He died after 1640 in Probably England.

    He had the following children:

      M i Henry Garnsey

    John Garnzey was born in 1561 in Bath, Somerset, England. He died after 1620 in Probably England. He married Mary.

    Mary was born in 1563 in Bath, Somerset, England. She married John Garnzey.

    They had the following children:

      M i Henry Garnzey



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