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Ancestors of Jared Michael Maxwell


      10582. Richard Ingraham, born Abt. 1600 in England; died 1683. He was the son of 21164. Arthur Ingraham. He married 10583. Elizabeth Wignall 04 Apr 1628 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.

      10583. Elizabeth Wignall, born 1604 in Essex, England; died 16 Sep 1663 in Northampton, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of 21166. Alexander Wignall.
     
Children of Richard Ingraham and Elizabeth Wignall are:
  i.   Joanna Ingraham, born 1629 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts; died 26 Jul 1699 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts; married George Robinson 18 Jun 1651 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts; born 1626 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts; died 09 Nov 1699 in Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Massachusetts.
  5291 ii.   Abigail Ingraham, born 1632 in Cornwall, England; died 18 Apr 1700 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; married (1) Joshua Holmes 15 Jun 1675 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; married (2) James Avery 1698.


      10584. Thomas Stanton, born 19 Jan 1608/09 in Wolverton, England; died 02 Dec 1677 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticutt2138. He was the son of 21168. Thomas Stanton and 21169. Katherine Washington. He married 10585. Anna Lord 1637 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut.

      10585. Anna Lord, born 18 Sep 1614 in Townchester, England; died 1688 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticutt. She was the daughter of 21170. Dr. Thomas Lord and 21171. Dorothy Bird.

Notes for Thomas Stanton:
Thomas Stanton was a Puritan. He came to America in 1635 in the "Bonadventure," to Virginia. When he learned his relatives landed in Massachusetts, he set off on foot and walked all the way to the Massachusetts Colony.
He served as an interpreter on a mission to Saybrook, CT with the Pequot Indians. He served as Gov. Winthrop's interpreter with the Indians at other times. He worked with the Rev. Abraham Pierson on translation of the catechism into the Indian language.
He was one of the first white men to join William Cheesbrough in settling the Pawtucket Valley. He got permission from the General Court of Connecticut to raise a house there in February 1650. He moved his family there to Pawtucket in Stonington in 1657.
     
Children of Thomas Stanton and Anna Lord are:
  i.   Thomas Stanton, born 1638 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut2138; died 11 Apr 1718 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticutt2139; married Sarah Denison 16582140; born Bef. 20 Mar 1641/42 in Roxbury, Massachusetts; died 19 Dec 1701 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2141.
  Notes for Thomas Stanton:
Thomas Stanton served as a Deputy to the General Court for Stonington, Connecticut in October 1683. He served as Justice in New London Co., CT. in 1698.

  More About Sarah Denison:
Christening: 20 Mar 1641/42, Roxbury, Massachusetts2141

  ii.   John Stanton, born 1641 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut2142; died 31 Oct 1713 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2143; married Hannah Thompson 16642143; born 08 Jun 1645; died 03 Oct 1713.
  5531 iii.   Mary Stanton, born 1643 in Hartford Co., Connecticut; died 1744 in New London, Connecticut; married Samuel Rogers 17 Nov 1663 in New London, New London, Connecticut.
  iv.   Hannah Stanton, born 16442144; died Aft. 1658; married Nehemiah Palmer Aft. 1658; born Unknown; died Aft. 1658.
  v.   Joseph Stanton, born 1646 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut2144; died 21 Mar 1712/13 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; married (1) Hannah Mead 19 Jun 1673 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut; born 1655; died 1676 in Roxbury, Massachusetts; married (2) Hannah Lord 23 Aug 1677; born Bef. 1655; died Aft. 1681.
  vi.   Daniel Stanton, born 16482144; died 1687 in Barbadoes2144
  Notes for Daniel Stanton:
He lived in Barbados.

  vii.   Dorothy Stanton, born 16512144; died Aft. 1664; married Rev. James Noyes Aft. 1664; born Unknown; died Aft. 1664.
  viii.   Robert Stanton, born 1653 in Pequot, Connecticut2144; died 24 Oct 1724; married Joanna Gardiner 12 Nov 1677 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2144; born 25 Jan 1656/57; died Aft. 12 Nov 1677.
  ix.   Sarah Stanton, born Abt. 1656; died 07 Aug 17132145; married (1) Thomas Prentice Aft. 1669; born 1649; died 1685; married (2) Lt. William Denison Aft. 1685; born 16552146; died 26 Mar 1715 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2147.
  Notes for Sarah Stanton:
The Denison Genealogy says he married Sarah Prentice.

  5292 x.   Samuel Stanton, born 1657 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut; died Aft. 1683; married Borodell Denison 15 Jun 1680 in Preston, New London Co., Connecticut.


      10586. Capt. George Denison, born Bef. 10 Dec 1620 in Stortford, Hertford, England; died 24 Oct 1694 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticutt. He was the son of 21172. William Dennyson and 21173. Margaret Chandler. He married 10587. Ann Borodell Abt. 1645 in New London, Connecticut.

      10587. Ann Borodell, born 1615 in England; died 26 Sep 1712 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2147. She was the daughter of 21174. John Borodell.

Notes for Capt. George Denison:
According to his brother, Gen. Daniel Denison, George came to New England with his first wife. After she died he went back to England and served as a solider in Cromwell's army. He fought at the Battle of York. Afterwards he was taken prisoner but was set free. He was wounded and nursed at the home of John Borodell, a cordwainer (leather merchant) of Cork. He then married John's daughter Ann as his second wife and returned to New England. He had the commission of Captain in the army.
He lived at Roxbury, Massachusetts till 1651, when he moved to Connecticut. The Town of New London granted him land in the Pequot-se-pos valley at Mystic in 1652, where he built a house. He served as Deputy to the Connecticut General Court from New London, Connecticut in September 1653, May 1654 and February 1657, and from Stonington, CT., October 1671, October 1674, May 1678, October 1682, May and October 1683, May, July and October 1684, May and October 1685, May 1686, May 1687, September 1689, May , September and October 1693 and May 1694.
He served on the War Commission for New London in 1653, when war was threatened with the Dutch. He served as Captain in King Philip's War in 1676 and was in command of the New London County troops. He was second in command of the Connecticut Army, under Major Robert Treat. He fought in the Great Swamp fight, 19 December 1675. The next year he pursued the Narragansett and Wampanaug Indians and captured Chief Canochet and brought him back to Stonington, CT. George was also Captain of the volunteer troops against the enemy in September 1689.

More About Capt. George Denison:
Christening: 10 Dec 1620, Stortford, Hertshire, England2148,2148
     
Children of George Denison and Ann Borodell are:
  i.   John Denison, born Bef. 16 Jun 1646 in New London, Connecticut; died 1698 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2149; married Phebe Lay 26 Nov 1667 in Saybrook, Connecticut2149; born 05 Jan 1650/51 in Sayrbook, Connecticut2149; died 16992149.
  More About John Denison:
Christening: 16 Jun 1646, Roxbury, Massachusetts2150

  ii.   Ann Denison, born Bef. 20 May 1649 in Roxbury, Massachusetts2150; died 1694 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2150; married Gershom Palmer 28 Nov 16672151; born Abt. 1645; died 27 Sep 17182151.
  More About Ann Denison:
Christening: 20 May 1649, Roxbury, Massachusetts2151

  5293 iii.   Borodell Denison, born 20 May 1649 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; died 11 Jan 1701/02; married Samuel Stanton 15 Jun 1680 in Preston, New London Co., Connecticut.
  iv.   George Denison, born 16532152; died 27 Dec 1711 in Westerly, Rhode Island2153; married Mercy Gorham Bef. 1678; born 20 Jan 1657/58 in Barnstable, Massachusetts2154; died Unknown.
  v.   Lt. William Denison, born 16552155; died 26 Mar 1715 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut2156; married Sarah Stanton Aft. 1685; born Abt. 1656; died 07 Aug 17132157.
  Notes for Sarah Stanton:
The Denison Genealogy says he married Sarah Prentice.

  vi.   Margaret Denison, born 16572158; died 05 May 1741 in Barrington, Massachusetts2159; married James Brown II 05 Jun 1676; born 21 May 1655 in Rehoboth, Swansea, Massachusetts2160; died 15 May 1718 in Barrington, Massachusetts2160.
  vii.   Mercy Denison, born 16592161; died 10 Mar 1670/712162,2163


      10592. James Babcock, born 12 Jun 1612 in Wivenhoe, Essex Co., England; died 12 Jun 1679 in Stonington, Connecticut2164. He was the son of 21184. Rev. James Babcock and 21185. Mary. He married 10593. Sarah Brown 02 Mar 1637/38 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

      10593. Sarah Brown, born 1616 in Essex, England; died 1665 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island.

Notes for James Babcock:
James was the first of his line to come to America. The family name appears under various spellings, including: Badcock and Bodcocke. James was listed as a blacksmith in Portsmouth, Rhode Island and was admitted as an inhabitant on 25 February 1642. On 5 October 1643, at a town meeting, he was one of two charged to see that the arms were in good repair. He was also granted 10 acres of land at first brook. He was admitted as a Freeman of Newport in 1655 and was chosen Commissioner 1656-58 and 1659. On 10 December 1657, he was granted 10 acres.
On the 22 March 1660/61, he joined in the Articles of Agreement for the purchase of Misquamicut (Westerly), RI. On the 22 February 1661/62, he agreed to go with others to Misquamicut and to be there till November next. He was granted five pounds for that. He settled on the Connecticut side of the Pawtucket river, half-way between Westerly and Watch Hill.
On 10 February 1664/65, he was brought before the Council at Hartford because of a complaint lodged by the Pawcatuck Indians, who claimed he and other inhabitants of Westerly were demanding rent from them and threatened to drive the Indians from the land. In 1667, he and others claimed land on the Pawtucket River. The Pequot Indians appealed to the Governor of Connecticut to
settle these matters. He was received as a member of the Seventh Day Baptist Church of Newport and Westerly on 2 March 1678.
     
Children of James Babcock and Sarah Brown are:
  i.   James Babcock II, born 1641 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island2165; died 1698 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island2165; married Jane Brown Aft. 1659; born 1645 in Malford, Worcestshire, England2166; died Aft. 1659.
  5296 ii.   John Babcock, born Abt. 1644 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island; died Abt. 08 Nov 1685 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island; married Mary Lawton 1662 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island.
  iii.   Job Babcock, born Abt. 1646 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island2167; died 1718 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island2167; married Jane Crandall Aft. 1666; born 1653 in Newport, Rhode Island2168; died 1715 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island2168.
  Notes for Jane Crandall:
One records lists Jane's mother as Elizabeth Gorton.

  iv.   Mary Babcock, born Abt. 1648 in Rhode Island2169; died 1747 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island2169; married William Champlin Bef. 1677; born Unknown; died Aft. 1701.


      10594. George Lawton, born Bef. 23 Sep 1607 in Yorkshire, England; died 05 Oct 1693 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island2170. He was the son of 21020. George Lawton and 21021. Isabell Smith. He married 10595. Elizabeth Hazard 1644 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

      10595. Elizabeth Hazard, born Bef. 1630 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island; died 08 Nov 1711 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island. She was the daughter of 21190. Thomas Hazard and 21191. Martha Potter.

Notes for George Lawton:
George Lawton arrived in New England in 1633/34. In 1638 he was admitted an inhabitant of Aquidneck. On 30 April 1639, he was one of the incorporators of Portsmouth, Rhode Island. In 1648 he was a member of the Court of Trials. He was one of the original settlers of Westerly, Rhode Island in March 1661/62. He served as a Deputy to the General Assembly in 1665, 1672, 1675, 1676, 1679 and 1680. In 1676 he was named one of the colonies most judicious inhabitants and was asked to give the Assembly advice during King Philip's War. When he died he was buried in his orchard at Portsmouth, R.I.

More About George Lawton:
Christening: 23 Sep 1601, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England2170
     
Child of George Lawton and Elizabeth Hazard is:
  5297 i.   Mary Lawton, born Bet. 1644 - 1645 in Portsmouth, Newport Co., Rhode Island; died 08 Dec 1711 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island; married (1) John Babcock 1662 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island; married (2) Erasmus Babbitt 21 Apr 1698.


      10596. Joseph Saunders, born Abt. 1603 in England; died Aft. 1621.
     
Child of Joseph Saunders is:
  5298 i.   Tobias Saunders, born 1621 in England; died Bef. 23 Aug 1695 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island; married Mary Clarke Peckham 1660 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island.


      10598. John Peckham, born 08 Apr 1595 in Boxgrove, Sussex, England; died 05 Jan 1680/81 in Newport, Rhode Island. He was the son of 21196. Henry Peckham and 21197. Elizabeth Badger. He married 10599. Mary Clark 1627 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

      10599. Mary Clark, born 26 Jul 1607 in Westhorpe, Suffolk, England; died 1648 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island. She was the daughter of 21198. Thomas Clarke and 21199. Rose Kerrich.
     
Child of John Peckham and Mary Clark is:
  5299 i.   Mary Clarke Peckham, born 1640 in Newport, Rhode Island; died 1695 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island; married Tobias Saunders 1660 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island.


      10604. Nicholas Cottrell I, born 1622 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island; died Aft. 1662. He was the son of 21208. John Cottrell.
     
Child of Nicholas Cottrell I is:
  5302 i.   Nicholas Cottrell II, born 1640 in Westerly, Washington Co., Rhode Island; died Dec 1715 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island; married Anna Peabody Bef. 1658.


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