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Ancestors of Rena Belle Perry


Generation No. 7


      64. Benjamin (TWIN) Perry II (Source: Early Records of Barnstable County, CD-ROM.), born March 19, 1699/00 in Sandwich, Barnstable, Mass. (Source: Early Records of Barnstable County, CD-ROM.); died in North East, Dutchess Co. New York (Source: 1)From Genealogies of Mayflower Families 2)Ezra Perry of Sandwich , Massachusette By Ruth Rosegarden, LDS #62935 3)The 1689 will of Ezra 4)LDS files ). He was the son of 128. Benjamin Perry I and 129. Dinah Swift. He married 65. Deborah Johnson May 27, 1723 in Sanwich Barnstable Massachusetts (Source: Genealogies of MAYFLOWER FAMILIES by Lidia B. (Phinny) Brownston, page 11.).

      65. Deborah Johnson, born March 19, 1698/99 in Bridgewater, Mass.; died May 05, 1807 in North East, Dutchess Co. New York (108 years ?). She was the daughter of 130. Issac Johnson and 131. Abigail Leavitt.

Notes for Benjamin (TWIN) Perry II:
THE TRANSITION

THE DECENDENTS OF EZRA PERRY OF SANDWICH IN WILTON SARATOGA COUNTY NEW YORK
by Ruth Vester Pope
The foregoing records of the family of Benjamin Perry are (with minor exceptions) taken from the records of Sandwich Massachusetts. Benjamin removed from Sandwich to Stoughton [that part which is now Sharon] ; Norfolk county, Massachusetts, with his father , Benjamin , and two of his brothers, Nathaniel and Eliakim, and undoubtedly his own wife and children, probably in 1734. In 1739 he was still in Stoughton since his name is there signed to the petition to set off the second precinct of Stroughton into the new town of Sharon which was done the next year, [ 1740 ]. Before 1742 he moved [ probably through Fairfield County and Danbury , Connecticut ] into Dutchess County, New York, the part now Putnam County which was then called Fredericksburgh precinct, where at Patterson his daughter, Rebecca [then eighteen years of age ], was married to a baptist miinister , the Rev. Simeon Dakin. In addition to the four children whose births are noted in Sandwich records, Benjamin and Deborah (Johnson) Perry had three other children whose dates are not recorded, born later, perhaps in Stroughton, Massachusetts, but one of them traditionally in Dutches county , New York. It does not appear , and it is not likely, that Benjamin or his wife , Deborah, went to Wilton, although their four sons and one daughter did [as can be proved by census, deeds, and wills]. It is probable that they lived and died in Dutchess County, presumably in the town of North East. Since Rebecca was married in Dutchess County in 1742, it would be reasonable to suppose that Ruth, and Jerusha, age 16 and 15, respectively, at that time would have been with the family in Northeast Precinct and would have married before 1769 when the first member of the family to migrate, Isaac , went to Hancock. [Western Massachusetts ]. With the removal of Benjamin to Stroughton in 1734 and his name on the petition to set off Sharon in 1739 we have the last Massachusetts record of him.

  Notes for Deborah Johnson:
cont ....Ezra Perry of Sandwich THE TRANSITION ...by Ruth Pope

Much of the detailed information was taken down from the lips of Kellogg Perry, [ born 1790 ], son of Absalom, son of Rowland. The relative reliability of his account is attested by the census records and the fact that he, at no time , introduced the names of another Perry family [descendents of John Perry of Watertown, Massachusetts] who had moved early into the community and who also settled in Wilton. [New York ]

The first member of the family who is known to have left the 'Oblong' was Issac who removed with his wife and children to Hancock, Massachusetts; in 1769. Berkshire County Massachusetts had been organized in 1761 but he border between Massachusetts and New York at this point was not settled until [ ] . In the meantime , a large settlement had developed in Rensyelaerwyck, and Stephentown [ a few miles from Hancock] was formed in 1784. Settlers from Rhode Island , Connecticut, and the Oblong came in large numbers and pushed farther into the wilderness both to the north and west. The 1790 census records of Dutchess County, N.Y., Hancock, Massachusetts and Stephentown, N.Y., reveal names of many families who married into the Perry family during the late 18 th and early 19 th Centuries, the most prominent being the Carrs.

More About Benjamin Perry and Deborah Johnson:
Marriage: May 27, 1723, Sanwich Barnstable Massachusetts (Source: Genealogies of MAYFLOWER FAMILIES by Lidia B. (Phinny) Brownston, page 11.)
     
Children of Benjamin Perry and Deborah Johnson are:
  i.   Rebecca Perry, born May 04, 1724; died December 04, 1782; married Rev. Simeon Dakin December 16, 1742.
  More About Simeon Dakin and Rebecca Perry:
Marriage: December 16, 1742

  ii.   Ruth Perry, born Abt. 1726.
  iii.   Jerusha Perry, born May 10, 1727.
  32 iv.   Rowland Perry, born May 23, 1729 in Sandwich, Barnstable, Mass.; died January 10, 1787 in Wilton Saratoga, New York, United States; married Beulah Kellogg Abt. 1750.
  v.   Isaac Perry, born Abt. 1732.
  vi.   Josiah Perry, born Abt. 1735; married Susan Washburn.
  vii.   Seth Perry, born Abt. 1736; married Ruth Phillips.


      66. Thomas Kellogg, born December 17, 1696 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts (Source: Ancestory World Tree, From Ancestors of Marie Lucille Kellogg HOME PAGE Oct 1998.); died Abt. 1790 in Lebanon New London Connecticut. He was the son of 132. Edward Kellogg and 133. Dorthy Bissell. He married 67. Elizabeth Lee December 17, 1720 in Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA.

      67. Elizabeth Lee, born August 15, 1698 in Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, United States (Source: Ancestory World Tree.); died in United States (Source: Ancestory World Tree.). She was the daughter of 134. Stephen Lee and 135. Elizabeth Woodward.

More About Thomas Kellogg and Elizabeth Lee:
Marriage: December 17, 1720, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, USA
     
Children of Thomas Kellogg and Elizabeth Lee are:
  i.   Sybil Kellogg, born December 11, 1721 in Goshen, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut (Source: Ancestory World Tree.).
  ii.   Elisha Kellogg, born March 27, 1723 in Goshen, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut (Source: Ancestory World Tree.); died in Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts.
  iii.   Jason Kellogg, born March 25, 1726 in Goshen, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut (Source: Ancestory World Tree.).
  iv.   Lemuel Kellogg, born November 04, 1727 in Goshen, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut (Source: Ancestory World Tree.).
  v.   Rhoda Kellogg, born January 29, 1728/29 in Goshen, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut (Source: Ancestory World Tree.).
  33 vi.   Beulah Kellogg, born January 02, 1731/32 in Hebron, Tolland, Connecticut; died in United States; married Rowland Perry Abt. 1750.
  vii.   Elizabeth Kellogg, born January 31, 1733/34 in Hebron, Tolland, Connecticut (Source: Ancestory World Tree.).
  viii.   Unknown Kellogg, born Abt. 1735.
  ix.   Zerniah Kellogg, born September 02, 1737 in Sheffield, Berkshire, Massachusetts (Source: Ancestory World Tree.).


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