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Ancestors of Jay Wallace Miller


      1200. Nathaniel Bonnell, born 1648 in Massachusettes Bay Colony; died Aft. 1696 in Elizabethtown, NJ. He was the son of 2400. William Bunnell and 2401. Ann Wilmot. He married 1201. Susannah Whitehead 03 Jan 1664/65 in New Haven, CT.

      1201. Susannah Whitehead, born 05 Aug 1650 in New Haven, CT; died 12 Feb 1733/34 in Connecticut Farms (now Union), NJ.

Notes for Nathaniel Bonnell:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

**The following was compiled by William R Austin and taken from Grover Smith's website (http://www.groversmith.com/bonnell.html)**

Nathaniel Bunnell or Bonnell was probably born in one of the towns of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. At the time of the move to New Haven, CT in 1646, Ann (Wilmot) Bunnell had "divers small children." Benjamin and Lydia were apparently the two who were put out to other families. The births of Mary and Ebenezer were recorded in New Haven in 1650 and 1653 respectively. Nathaniel was therefore probably the youngest of three brought from Massachusetts Bay. He was probably born between 1640 and 1642.

In 1652 and 1653 there was considerable agitation in New Haven for this boy to be put out as an apprentice. The town was paying for the family's upkeep and resented paying for a hungry child when alternatives were available. One of the neighbors had offered a cow for the boy, but the Bunnells had refused. It was asserted that the boy was becoming wild through lack of management and training. After his mother died and his father went back to England, Nathaniel may well have been apprenticed. If so, however, no evidence has been found of it.

The events of his youth went unrecorded. We next see him on his wedding day, 3 January 1665/6, when he was married by Mr. William Jones at New Haven to Susannah Whitehead, daughter of Isaac and Mary Whitehead. She was born at New Haven 5 August 1650. Almost immediately after their wedding, Nathaniel and Susannah, with her father and his family, joined the party about to settle Elizabethtown, NJ. Both Nathaniel Bunnell and Isaac Whitehead are listed among the 65 persons who took the oath of allegiance at Elizabethtown, 19 February 1665/6.

In Elizabethtown, Nathaniel had a house lot of six acres, 15 chains by 4 chains, bounded east by Thomas Price, west and north by his father-in-law Isaac Whitehead, Sr and south by the highway. He also had an allotment of 120 acres, "Lying upon the south branch of Elizabethtown Creek and by ye plaine which said above creek passeth through," and 12 acres of meadow "lying in the Great meadows upon John Woodruff's Creek." On 11 March 1669 he was No. 90 in the list of one hundred and seventy freeholders at Elizabeth who drew a first lot right of one hundred acres. He had 180 acres surveyed to him on 10 April 1676, and his lands bounded on lands of Matthias Hatfield. Joseph Osborne and Isaac Whitehead. His house on East Jersey Street, mentioned in a 1682 deed, is now the oldest existing residence in Elizabeth, NJ. He sold some land in Elizabethtown to Benjamin Price on 15 June 1677.

In addition to being a large landowner, Nathaniel became prominent in community affairs. He served on a jury, 6 May 1671, by order of Gov. Carteret, for the trial of William Hackett, captain of the sloop "Indeavor," of Massachusetts, for illegal trading in the Province. "Nathaniel Bunnel" was one of the executors of his father-in-law's estate under the terms of Isaac Whiteheadts will, which was dated 31 January 1690/1 and proved 26 February 1690/1. In 1692 he was a member of the General Assembly from Elizabethtown.

In 1694 "Nathaniel Bunnell" was among the 124 members of the First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethtown who subscribed to the support of Rev John Harriman, his contribution being Li 10 5. His son "Nathaniel Bunnell, Jr," was also one of the subscribers, and his son Isaac subscribed a few years later.

He like many others, was opposed to "constituting courts," etc., whereby their land titles were liable to be dispossessed. He was one of the petitioners to the Crown for relief from this oppression by the Lords Proprietors. This seems to be the last public mention of his name. He probably died not long afterward, perhaps about 1696, without leaving a will.

His widow outlived him for many years. She moved out to Connecticut Farms (now Union, NJ) where her son Joseph was living. Her gravestone in the Presbyterian churchyard at Connecticut Farms read: "Here lies the body of Susannah, wife of Nathaniel Bonnel, Dec'd February ye 12th 1733-4 in ye 84th year of her age."

Sources:
New Haven Town Records, 1649-1662, edited by F. B. Dexter, Vol. I.
Vital Records of New Haven, Conn., to 1850.
Families of Ancient New Haven, compiled by D. L. Jacobus.
New Jersey Colonial Documents, Vol. XXX, Calendar of Wills. p. 387 (D3-364).
New Jersey Land Conveyances 1664-1794 (C127-79).
Connecticut Farms Presbyterian Church Cemetery records (C215-690).
History of Union and Middlesex Counties, N. J., edited by W. W. Clayton, 1882.
The New Jersey Genesis, July 1961. (D8-208, 209).
Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley, by John Littell, 1852.
American Families of Historic Lineage - Long Island, pp. 57, 58. (A26-3, 4).
Genealogy of the Bonnell Family as it pertains to Edgar Marsh Gibby and His descendants, by E. M.Gibby.
The Ancestry of David Oliver Bonnel, compiled by F. M. Conkling.
Ancestry of William Bonnel of Connecticut Farms, N. J., 1765-1828, author unknown, handwritten copy made by Homer E. Baldwin and sent to me in 1959.
Elizabeth, N. J., Daily Journal, November 1956.
William Bunnell and His Descendants, by Ruth C. Duncan, p. 11.

More About Susannah Whitehead:
Burial: Presbyterian Cemetery, Connecticut Farms, NJ
     
Children of Nathaniel Bonnell and Susannah Whitehead are:
  600 i.   Nathaniel Bonnell, born 1670 in Elizabethtown, NJ; died 04 Sep 1736 in Elizabethtown, NJ; married Mary Searing Abt. 1693.
  ii.   Isaac Bonnell, born 1673 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; died 1711 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; married Elizabeth Hatfield.
  iii.   Samuel Bonnell, born 1675 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; died 1715.
  iv.   Lydia Bonnell, born 1677 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; married Samuel Little.
  v.   Jane Bonnell, born 1680 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; married Ephraim Price.
  vi.   Benjamin Bonnell, born 1682 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; married Sarah Potter WFT Est. 1699-1732; born WFT Est. 1678-1698; died WFT Est. 1699-1782.
  vii.   Joseph Bonnell, born 1685 in Elizabethtown, Essex Co, NJ; died 1747 in Elizabeth, Essex Co, NJ; married (1) Martha Grazee Clark; married (2) Rebecca Dod Riggs.


      1536. Edward Doolittle, born 18 May 1588 in Kidderminster, England; died 1634 in England. He was the son of 3072. Humphrey Doolittle, Jr and 3073. Ann. He married 1537. Elizabeth Baker 28 May 1609 in Old Swinford, England.

      1537. Elizabeth Baker, born in England.

Notes for Edward Doolittle:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

Was probably apprenticed to a trade at a young age.

10 days after his 21st birthday, he was released from his apprenticeship and allowed to set up his own business.

He moved is family away from Kidderminster to Birmingham. The reason could have been driven by his religious beliefs and the loose society that developed at Kidderminster. Or he may possibly have moved because of his trade which could have been metal working.

**Doolittle Branch.FTW**

More About Edward Doolittle:
Occupation: Possibily metal or glass working
Residence: In Old Swinformd, a town known for its glass and metal work.
     
Children of Edward Doolittle and Elizabeth Baker are:
  768 i.   SGT Abraham Doolittle, born Bef. 20 Aug 1620 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; died 11 Aug 1690 in Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT; married Abt. 1638 in Eng.; married (2) Joan Allen 1640 in England; married (3) Abigail Moss 02 Jul 1663 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.
  ii.   John Doolittle, born Mar 1609/10 in England; died Mar 1609/10 in England.
  iii.   Mary Doolittle, born Dec 1615 in Old Swinford, Worcestershire, England.
  iv.   John Doolittle, born 26 Nov 1615 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; died 24 Sep 1681 in Salem, Essex Co, MA; married Sibilla Tincknell 30 Oct 1674 in Malden, Cambridge Co, MA.
  Notes for John Doolittle:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

Wrote his name "Dowlettell"

He was the Constable of Rumney marsh, MA as well as a Surveyor and Tythingman. He came to America from Ribbesford, Worcestershire, England with his brother Abraham. He became a wealthy land owner in Rumney Marsh.

  v.   Timothy Doolittle, born Sep 1618 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; died Bef. 15 Jun 1629.
  More About Timothy Doolittle:
Burial: 15 Jun 1629, St Martin's Cemetery, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England

  vi.   Daniel Doolittle, born 12 Apr 1622 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England.
  vii.   Josuah Doolittle, born Bef. 21 Feb 1623/24 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; died Abt. Mar 1623/24 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England.
  More About Josuah Doolittle:
Christening: 21 Feb 1623/24, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England

  viii.   Josua Doolittle, born Bef. 11 Sep 1625 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England; died Sep 1628.
  More About Josua Doolittle:
Burial: 29 Sep 1628, St Martin's Cemetery, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
Christening: 11 Sep 1625, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England

  ix.   Samuel Doolittle, born Bef. 09 Sep 1627 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
  More About Samuel Doolittle:
Christening: 09 Sep 1627, St Martin's Church, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England



      1538. John Moss, born 1604 in Cotteridge, Wilshire, England; died 31 Mar 1707 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT. He married 1539. Abigail Charles 18 Jan 1639/40 in New Haven, CT.

      1539. Abigail Charles, born 1606 in England; died 1656 in New Haven, CT. She was the daughter of 3078. John Charles.

Notes for John Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]





Was with the earliest settlers at New Haven, CT and signed with the Planter's Associates on 4 Apr 1639.

He was a member of the First General Court.

He was chosen Corporal 6 Jun 1642. An entry in the town books dated 1646: "John Moss being bidd to walk the rounds on a Lord's Day, came to the meeting house and stayed there, so the service was neglected; he was fined 10 shillings."

At the age of 67, he was one of the incorporators of Wallingford, where on May 1678 he was chosen Commissioner and was authorized to marry people. He was re-elected to that post 18 times also serving as a deputy both for Wallingford and Meriden.

Souces:
List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register, Vol. 9, 1855, p361. NEHG Register, Vol. 131, April 1977, p130.

Appears in WFT Vol 1, tree 2063. Also WFT 6/0077.
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

Was with the earliest settlers at New Haven, CT and signed with the Planter's Associates on 4 Apr 1639.

He was a member of the First General Court.

He was chosen Corporal 6 Jun 1642. An entry in the town books dated 1646: "John Moss being bidd to walk the rounds on a Lord's Day, came to the meeting house and stayed there, so the service was neglected; he was fined 10 shillings."

At the age of 67, he was one of the incorporators of Wallingford, where on May 1678 he was chosen Commissioner and was authorized to marry people. He was re-elected to that post 18 times also serving as a deputy both for Wallingford and Meriden.

Souces:
List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register, Vol. 9, 1855, p361. NEHG Register, Vol. 131, April 1977, p130.

Appears in WFT Vol 1, tree 2063. Also WFT 6/0077.
[Miller - Whitted Family New.FTW]



Was with the earliest settlers at New Haven, CT and signed with the Planter's Associates on 4 Apr 1639.

He was a member of the First General Court.

He was chosen Corporal 6 Jun 1642. An entry in the town books dated 1646: "John Moss being bidd to walk the rounds on a Lord's Day, came to the meeting house and stayed there, so the service was neglected; he was fined 10 shillings."

At the age of 67, he was one of the incorporators of Wallingford, where on May 1678 he was chosen Commissioner and was authorized to marry people. He was re-elected to that post 18 times also serving as a deputy both for Wallingford and Meriden.

Souces:
List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register, Vol. 9, 1855, p361. NEHG Register, Vol. 131, April 1977, p130.

Appears in WFT Vol 1, tree 2063. Also WFT 6/0077.
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

Was with the earliest settlers at New Haven, CT and signed with the Planter's Associates on 4 Apr 1639.

He was a member of the First General Court.

He was chosen Corporal 6 Jun 1642. An entry in the town books dated 1646: "John Moss being bidd to walk the rounds on a Lord's Day, came to the meeting house and stayed there, so the service was neglected; he was fined 10 shillings."

At the age of 67, he was one of the incorporators of Wallingford, where on May 1678 he was chosen Commissioner and was authorized to marry people. He was re-elected to that post 18 times also serving as a deputy both for Wallingford and Meriden.

Souces:
List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register, Vol. 9, 1855, p361. NEHG Register, Vol. 131, April 1977, p130.

Appears in WFT Vol 1, tree 2063. Also WFT 6/0077.


More About John Moss:
Burial: Centre Street Cemetery, Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT
Residence: 1638, Came to New England

  Notes for Abigail Charles:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]





BOOK: Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. Also, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p 523.
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

BOOK: Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. Also, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p 523.
[Miller - Whitted Family New.FTW]



BOOK: Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. Also, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p 523.
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

BOOK: Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. Also, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p 523.

     
Children of John Moss and Abigail Charles are:
  769 i.   Abigail Moss, born 10 Apr 1642 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 05 Nov 1710 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT; married SGT Abraham Doolittle 02 Jul 1663 in New Haven, New Haven, CT.
  ii.   John Moss, born Jan 1638/39 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT.
  More About John Moss:
Christening: 11 Jan 1638/39, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT

  iii.   Samuel Moss, born Bet. Mar 1640/41 - Apr 1641 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 1661.
  Notes for Samuel Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      April 04, 1641
New Haven, CT



  More About Samuel Moss:
Christening: 04 Apr 1641, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT

  iv.   Joseph Moss, born Bet. Oct - Nov 1643 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 1727; married (1) Mary Alling 11 Apr 1667 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; born WFT Est. 1633-1656; died 18 Mar 1715/16 in New Haven, CT; married (2) Sarah Peck 11 Jul 1717 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; married (3) Sarah Peck 11 Jul 1717 in New Haven, CT; born 04 Aug 1663 in Lyme, CT; died 04 Apr 1730 in New Haven, CT.
  Notes for Joseph Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      November 06, 1643
New Haven, CT



  Notes for Mary Alling:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: First Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. List of
Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry of Rev. John
Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register, Vol. 9, 1855,
p357. NEHG Register, Vol. 81, April 1927, p121.


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      November 26, 1643
New Haven, CT



  v.   Ephraim Moss, born Nov 1645 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died WFT Est. 1630-1731 in died young.
  Notes for Ephraim Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361. Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines
Jacobus, p1219, No. 5.


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      November 16, 1645
New Haven, CT



  More About Ephraim Moss:
Christening: 16 Nov 1645, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT

  vi.   Mary Moss, born Apr 1647 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 16 Nov 1725 in Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT; married John Peck 03 Nov 1664 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; born 1638 in New Haven, New Haven, CT97; died 1724 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.
  Notes for Mary Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: The Doolittle Family in America, part 1, by William Frederick
Doolittle, M D., found at LDS Library, Salt Lake City, Utah. No. 6, p62-64.
Also New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p567.

Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361. Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines
Jacobus, p1219, No. 6.


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      April 11, 1647
New Haven, CT



  More About Mary Moss:
Christening: 11 Apr 1647, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT

  Notes for John Peck:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: Genealogical History of the Descendants of Joseph Peck and Other Peck
Families by Ira B Peck, p390. Also, The Doolittle Family in America, part 1,
by William Frederick Doolittle, M D., No. 6, p62-64. Also, New England
Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p567. Also, Families of
Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, p1219, No. 6.


  vii.   Mercy Moss, born Mar 1648/49 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 1685; married Elizabeth Curtis Unknown; born 13 Sep 1654 in Stratford, CT; died WFT Est. 1667-1748.
  Notes for Mercy Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361. Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines
Jacobus, p1219, No. 7.


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      April 01, 1649
New Haven, CT



  More About Mercy Moss:
Christening: 01 Apr 1649, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT

  Notes for Elizabeth Curtis:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. Also, New
England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p523. Also, Families
of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, p1219, No. 7.


  viii.   John Moss, Jr, born 12 Oct 1650 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 31 Mar 1717 in Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT; married Martha Lathrop 12 Dec 1676 in Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT; born Jan 1656/57 in New London, Norwich, CT; died 21 Sep 1719 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT.
  Notes for John Moss, Jr:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]

Sources:
List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register, Vol. 9, 1855, p. 361
New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p. 523.
Early Settlers to New England, Vol 1-4, by James Savage.
Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, p. 1220, No. 8.

  More About John Moss, Jr:
Christening: 20 Oct 1650, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT

  Notes for Martha Lathrop:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p523.
Also, Early Settlers to New England, Vol 1-4, by James Savage. Also, Families
of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, p1220, No.8.


  ix.   Elizabeth Moss, born 03 Oct 1652 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 1706; married Nathaniel Hitchcock 18 Jan 1669/70 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; born Abt. 1652 in New Haven, New Haven, CT; died WFT Est. 1676-1743.
  Notes for Elizabeth Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361. Also, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon
Torrey, p375. Also, Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage.
Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, p1220, No. 9.


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      October 07, 1652
New Haven, New Haven, CT



  Notes for Nathaniel Hitchcock:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



!BOOKS: New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p375.
Early Settlers of New England, Vol. 1-4, by James Savage. Families of Ancient
New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus, p1220, No. 9.


  x.   Esther Moss, born 02 Jan 1652/53 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 19 Jun 1677 in Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT; married Nathaniel Royce 27 Oct 1673 in Wallingford, New Haven Co, CT; born 01 Apr 1639 in Wallingford, New Haven, CT; died 08 Feb 1725/26 in Wallingford, CT.
  Notes for Esther Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361. Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines Jacobus,
p1221, No. 10.


  Notes for Nathaniel Royce:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: New England Marriages Prior to 1700 by Clarence Almon Torrey, p641.
Also, Early Settlers to New England, Vol 1-4, by James Savage. NOTES: Moved to
Wallingford, before 1674. Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines
Jacobus, p1221, No. 10.


  xi.   Isaac Moss, born 27 Nov 1655 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT; died 1659 in New Haven, New Haven Co, CT.
  Notes for Isaac Moss:
[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



[Miller - Whitted Family.FTW]



Book: List of Baptisms in the Church of New Haven, CT, during the Ministry
of Rev. John Davenport, from Nov. 1639 to Nov. 1666, printed in NEHG Register,
Vol. 9, 1855, p361. Also, Families of Ancient New Haven by Donald Lines
Jacobus, p1221, No. 11.


Facts about this person:

Fact 2      November 30, 1655
New Haven, New Haven, CT



  More About Isaac Moss:
Christening: 30 Nov 1655, New Haven, New Haven Co, CT



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