William Buell (son of Buell and Goode) was born 1610 in Chesterton, Huntington, England, and died 23 November 1681 in Windsor, Connecticut. He married Mary.
Notes for William Buell: lived at Chesterton, Huntingdonshire, England, and Dorchester, Massachusetts, and Windsor, Connecticut
Buell or Bewelle or Beville
emigrated to America about 1630. he settled first at Dorchester, mass., and then removed to Windsor, Connecticut about 1635-1636.
Place name from Bueil, a village in France. The name in Welsh signifies a herd of cattle - an ox. Branches of this family exist in England, France, and Spain. The family of Beville, one of the 38 different ways of spelling the name, was an ancient English family. Robert Beville was Knight-of-shire for Huntingdonshire in 1410.
family stories say that Lewis came to America with brother William and after a quarrel, separated, one staying here and the other going to Canada where he dropped the final "l" from the name of Buell.
Children of William Buell and Mary are:
+Samuel Buell, b. 2 September 1641, Windsor, Connecticut, d. 11 July 1720, Clinton, Killingworth, Connecticut.