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      514. Thomas RANNEY, born 1616 in Montrose, Scotland; died June 25, 1713 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT. He was the son of 1028. Thomas RANNEY. He married 515. Mary HUBBARD May 1659 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT.

      515. Mary HUBBARD, born January 16, 1641/42 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died December 18, 1721 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT. She was the daughter of 1030. George HUBBARD and 1031. Elizabeth WATTS.

Notes for Thomas RANNEY:
He was a wealthy man and the only son to emigrate to America. (1) Thomas was not a member of the church, but was active in the community and served on many town committees. (2)

His was the first burial at the cemetery. (1,2) An extract of his will, inventory, and a photo of home in file. (3)

(1) One Thousand Years of Hubbard History
(2) The New England Ancestry of Albert Wilcox Savage
(3) Middletown Upper Houses

** 9th Great Grandfather **

More About Thomas RANNEY:
Burial: Second Church of Christ Cemetery, Cromwell, Middlesex Co., CT
Emigration: Bef. 1659, America
Probate: July 06, 1713, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  Notes for Mary HUBBARD:
There is no gravestone at her burial site. (English Origins)

** 9th Great Grandmother **

More About Mary HUBBARD:
Burial: Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

More About Thomas RANNEY and Mary HUBBARD:
Marriage: May 1659, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT
     
Children of Thomas RANNEY and Mary HUBBARD are:
  i.   Abigail RANNEY, born in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died December 15, 1714 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Walter HARRIS January 21, 1713/14 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT.
  More About Walter HARRIS and Abigail RANNEY:
Marriage: January 21, 1713/14, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  ii.   Thomas RANNEY, born March 01, 1660/61 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died February 06, 1725/26 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Rebecca WILLETT May 1690 in <Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT>; born Abt. 1670 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.
  More About Thomas RANNEY and Rebecca WILLETT:
Marriage: May 1690, <Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT>

  iii.   John RANNEY, born November 14, 1662 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Hannah TURNER December 28, 1693 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; born March 04, 1678/79 in <Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT>.
  More About John RANNEY and Hannah TURNER:
Marriage: December 28, 1693, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  iv.   Joseph RANNEY, born September 1663 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died March 02, 1744/45 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Mary STARR January 1692/93 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; born December 1671 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died Bet. October 09 - 18, 1747 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT.
  More About Mary STARR:
Baptism: December 31, 1671, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA

  More About Joseph RANNEY and Mary STARR:
Marriage: January 1692/93, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  257 v.   Mary RANNEY, born October 01, 1665 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died August 19, 1734 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Captain John SAVAGE May 30, 1682 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT.
  vi.   Elizabeth RANNEY, born April 12, 1668 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died February 11, 1757; married Jonathan WARNER August 04, 1698 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died November 04, 1733.
  More About Jonathan WARNER and Elizabeth RANNEY:
Marriage: August 04, 1698, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  vii.   Esther RANNEY, born 1673 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died April 01, 1750 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Lieutenant Nathaniel SAVAGE December 03, 1696 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; born May 07, 1671 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died January 04, 1734/35 in Portland, Middlesex Co., CT.
  More About Esther RANNEY:
Baptism: April 22, 1673, <Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT>
Burial: Portland, Middlesex Co., CT

  Notes for Lieutenant Nathaniel SAVAGE:
He sold the Savage homestead in 1709 to Lieut. Samuel Frary of Wethersfield who occupied it for fifty years. Nathaniel removed to East Middletown at that time where he helped organize a Society and Church. (3)

Nathaniel was commissioned as captain in 1725, (1) and was Lieutenant of the east train band of Middletown 1725. (2,3)

He and his wife have monuments in East Middletown, CT. (3)

(1) Prominent Families
(2) Gen. of Ct Families
(3) Middletown Upper Houses

  More About Lieutenant Nathaniel SAVAGE:
Burial: Portland, Middlesex Co., CT

  More About Nathaniel SAVAGE and Esther RANNEY:
Marriage: December 03, 1696, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  viii.   Hannah RANNEY, born 1675 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died November 1713.
  More About Hannah RANNEY:
Baptism: March 23, 1674/75

  ix.   Margaret RANNEY, born September 1678 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Stephen CLARK Abt. 1734 in <Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT>.
  More About Margaret RANNEY:
Baptism: January 10, 1678/79
Residence: 1734, New Haven, New Haven Co., CT

  More About Stephen CLARK and Margaret RANNEY:
Marriage: Abt. 1734, <Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT>

  x.   Ebenezer RANNEY, born Abt. 1681 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died Bet. May 08 - 18, 1754 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; married Sarah WARNER August 04, 1698 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT; died October 04, 1741 in Cromwell, Middlesex Co., CT.
  More About Ebenezer RANNEY and Sarah WARNER:
Marriage: August 04, 1698, Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT

  xi.   Mercy RANNEY, born 1682 in Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT.
  More About Mercy RANNEY:
Baptism: November 12, 1682


      516. William GOODWIN, born 1629; died October 15, 1689 in Hartford, Hartford, CT. He was the son of 1032. Ozias GOODWIN and 1033. Mary WOODWARD. He married 517. Susannah FRUEN Abt. 1655.

      517. Susannah FRUEN, born 1635 in Hartford, Hartford, CT; died April 12, 1698 in Hartford, Hartford, CT.

Notes for William GOODWIN:
William was made a freeman May 21, 1657. (Mem. Hist. of Hartford Co., Goodwins of Hartford))

In 1670, his household size is 6. (CT Census) He is recorded as a chimney viewer in 1672 (Mem. Hist. of Hartford Co.) and 1665, and 1671. (Goodwins of Hartford)

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In September 16754, he testified:

The Test of Wm Goodwin aged about 45 years Saith thatt beeing one night about the beginning of this last Hay-time in the Long meadow with my brother Nath Goodwin and my Son Wm Goodwin and having tarried there awhile att length Lt John Stedman came there with a Teame and Cartt and one or Two of his Sons and layed uppon his Cartt hay which stood beetwene the mere stones & the Brook which my said Brother forbid him to doe nott with Standing which fforbidding he the said Lt. Stedman layed up more my Brother forbid him Carrying itt away not with standing which he Carryed away the said hay and did moreover lay Claime to land thereon the west ward side the mere stones there which land my said Brother allso Claimmed.

Wm Goodwin Junior aged 16 years Testifyeth the same with his ffather as above being then and theare present and ffurther Saith thatt the sayd hay was mowed and made by his uncle Nath Goodwin and his order

This owned by Lnt John Stedman In Court Sept 3 1674

Attest John Allyn Secrety.
Private Controversies, Vol. 1, Connecticut State Library (Goodwins of Hartford)

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In the town votes under date of December 29, 1676, we find the following:--

The townsmen agreed with Wm Goodwin to sweep the meeting house, and ring the Bell Sabbaths and public meetings of the Town or Side and at nine of the Clock at night for which he is to have seven pounds per annum. He is also to dig graves and warn publick meetings as the Townsmen shall appoint for which he shall be paid as Robert Sanford was. (Goodwins of Hartford)

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Sept. 28, 1663, Land in Hartford on Connecticutt belonging to Wm Goodwin & his heirs forever.

One parcel of land, with a messuag or tenement standing thereon, which he bought of Wm Williams & was sometime ye land of Ralph Keeler, conteining halfe a acre (be it more or less), with all other buildings, fences, plants, fruit trees, appurtenances & priveledges belonging being or any way apperteining to ye premises the sayd parcel of land, abutting on ye highway leading to ye pound hill on ye west, & John Maynerds land on ye sowth & east & on Bartlemew Barnards land on ye North ye parcel conteins half an acre.

One parcel weth a messuage or tenement standing thereon, which he bought of Caleb Standly containing by estimation one acre & a halfe be it more or less & abutts upon the highway North & upon Mr Richard Lords land & the sayd Wm Goodwins land South & on John Gilberts land on the east & upon Jarrads Spencers land on the West, as appears by his deed dated 25th of Aprill 1682 & acknowledged January 12, 1682, recorded Octobr 10, 1683, before John Allyn Assistant.

One parcell of land which was his by distribution of his fathers estate which contanes by eatimation one acre be it more or less with a messuage or tenement standing thereon, abutting on land now mr Lords south & sd Lords land on the east & on his own land & Jarrad Spencers on the North & on the Hyway leading from the mill to the ox pasture on the Southwest.

more, one parcell of land lyeing in the pine feilld which came to him by distribution of his fathers estate & containing by estimation three acres, be it more or less, abutting on the highway leading from the cow pasture into the country on the North & on a highway lyeing east & west in that feild on the South, & on land formerly Tho roots on the east.

more one parcell of land lyeing on the east side the great river which he had by distribution of his fathers estate containing by estimation two acres, be it more or less, & abuts on the great river west & on the long lotts on the east on Nath Goodwins land on the North & on John Bidwells on the South as appears in the records of the court, April 6, 1683, & recorded November 2d 1683. (Goodwins of Hartford)

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Later is found:
the testimony of William Goodwin aged forty years or ther a boutt testifieth that he being well acquainted with tho: grenhill sometime befor his death did understand, by him the said grenhill that he was not twenty on years of age when he deseased and the occasion of his informing me thereof was because the sayed grenhill was about marying with my wives Sister Sara fruen and his father addams as he tould me was som thing against the mach but thomas grenhill did often say that the next year he should be of age to act for him self and that then his Land would allso com in to his hand from his father addams but he dyed in that present yeare in which he used that Discourse and Lived not untill he was twenty on years of age--and further I testifie that I being much with tho: grenhill in the tim of his Sicknes did wach with him on the Saboth day night befor he dyed and I playnly desarned by his words and actions that he was erationall and sencles by reason of his deseas Lying in his head so that he could nott expres him self with understanding but very littell

Private Controversies, Vol. 2, Conn. State Library. (Goodwins of Hartford)

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In his will dated June 25, 1689 he gives to his son William land "formerly belonging to my uncle John Morris of Hartford", but just what the relationship was is unknown. (Mem. Hist. of Hartford Co.)

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At a County Court held at Hartford, Nov 6, 1689, by adjournment from Sep 5, 89:--
The Last Will & Testament of Wm Goodwin Senr of Hartford was exhibited in Court & an Inventory of his estate both which were proved in Court & approved by the Court & ordered to be recorded.

In the Name off God Amen. I William Goodwine Senior off Harttford in New England beeing under sum Infirmety off Body but off good memrey and understanding: considring my own frailty & mortallety do make this my Last Will & Testament hereby revoking and utterly nulling all other & foremer wills and testaments whatsoever: In primas: I doe Committ my spirrett into the hands off god as my faythfull Creator hopeing ffor Salvation through the grace & merrets off Jesus Christ my deere redeemer & my Body to Comely Christian Buriall when the Lord shall please to put an ende to my Naturall Liffe: and as ffor that portion off Worldly Goods which the Lord hath beene pleased to Bestow uppon mee I doe dispose thereoff in manner ffollowing--

first my will is that all my just debts and ffuneral Charges be duly payed and discharged: allso my will is and I doe hereby give and bequeath unto my Loving Wife Susana Goodwine that partt off my homelott and House or Housing uppon itt not givne to my son Nathaniell withall the Libertys and privelages belonging thereunto dureing the terme off her Naturall Liffe and allso give her Liberty to make Sale off the same ffor her maintinance iff neede so require allways provided the sale off said part off Housing & Land shall firstly be offered unto my Son Nathaniell Goodwine or his Heires beffore itt bee sold unto any others and not to bee sold or Alianated from him or his Heirs without Reall neede off selling itt as above mentioned.

Allso I do give unto my beloved wife all my movable estate that I stand possessed off att my desease unless itt bee one Cow to bee att her own dispose as shee shall se cause att her descase shee paying my just debts and the Legacy givne to my daughter Susana Goodwine att my desease. Allso I give unto my Loving wife Twenty Shillings p. yeare to bee payed her in Currant Country pay by my Son William Goodwine or his Heires out off that estate I have givne him in this my Last Will & Testament dureing the Terme off her Naturall Liffe: and Twenty Shillings p yeare more I give unto my said wife to bee payed her yearly by my Son Nathaniell Goodwine or his Heires ffor the Improvement off my Two acres off Meadow Land on the East side the Great River in Harttford in Currant Country pay dureing the time off her Naturall Liffe.

Allso I do give unto my Loving Son William Goodwine the House and home Lott that was foremerly my uncle John Morrices in
Harttford unto him and his Heires ffor ever affter my desease he paying Twenty Shillings p yeare unto his mother iff she se cause to demand itt dureing her natural Liffe.

Allso I give unto my son William Goodwine and his Heires all my upland on the East side of Coneticutt River att my desease which parcell of upland abutteth uppon Sergt Nath Goodwins Land on the South and uppon Richard Gillsmans Land uppon the North.

I give & Bequeath unto my Loving Son Nathaniell Goodwine and his Heires fforever the Remaining partt off my House & hom lott in Harttford not allready givne unto him affter my desease and the desease off my wife iff shee hath not neede to sell it ffor her maintinance to him and his forever; allso I give unto my son Nathaniell Goodwine two acres off Meadow Land on the East side off Coneticutt River to him and his Heires forever affter my desease and the desease off my wife without my wife should have neede to sell that Land ffor her maintinance: hee paying Twenty Shillings p yeare unto his mother in Courrant Country pay dureing her Liffe and paying five pounds unto his sister Susana pratt within one yeare affter the desease off his mother viz: unto his said sister or her Heires that shall bee then surviving I do allso give unto my Loving Daughter Susana pratt one Cow to bee payed her by my executricks att my desease.

I do allso give unto my daughter Susana pratt ffive pounds to bee payed unto her or her Heires by her Brother Nathaniell Goodwine or his Heires in Currant Country pay within one yeare affter the Desease off his mother Susana Goodwine--

Allso I do hereby make my beloved wife Susana Goodwin Sole Executricks off this my Last Will and Testament ffor Confermation & establishment off all which I have hereunto put my hand and seale this 25th June in the yeare off our Lorde One Thousand Six Hundred Eighty and Nine.

Signed sealed and declared by William Goodwine Senior to be his Last Will and Testament before us.

WILLIAM GOODWIN SEAL
NATHANELL GOODWIN
CALEB STANLY

An Inventory of the estate of Wm Goodwin deceased Octobr the 15, 1689.


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Impr his purss & apparell lining & wollen            09      00      00
A Muskett & Sword                        05      00      00
One Bible & Two other Bookes                  00      10      00
To a bedsted & feather bed & furniture            08      00      00
To a Truckel Bed & bedstead & furniture            02      00      00
To 12 payre of sheets                        10      00      00
To five Table Cloathes                         00 12 06
To eighteen Towells                         00 18 00
To three ketles & Two skellets                   04 10 00
To five pewter dishes, Two Basons 4 porringers       02 00 00
To a quart pot & Bowle two Iron potts             01 00       00
To earthen ware tin ware wooden dishes             01 10       00
To Barills & Tubs in the Seller                   01       00       00
To a winscot chest a Board chest & 2 Table       01       08       00
To cob Irons, Tongs fire pan Tramel Gridiron Trevit,
      chafing dish Two smothing Irons             01       08       00
To a spit & bellowes warming pan & Hamer       01       00       00
To a payre of stiliards & an ax                   00       12       00
To two payre of cards Six chayres Basketts       00       14       00
To a payle halfe Bushell Trenchers             00       04       00
To a piece of Iron 2 Spades, a shovel a mattock       00       16       00
In the chamber a bed blankets new cloth
      Two chests old cask Bisket corn all       08       00       00
To a Cubboard & 5 hives of bees                   01       06       00
To nine glass Bottells a looking glass             00       06       00
To Two cowes Three swine Hay                   10      00       00
To Bricks                               01      00       00
To Two Homsteads                         00      00       00
To Two acres Swamp over the river             12      00       00
To other out lands over the river                   05      00       00
To three acres in the pine feild                   08      00       00
                                    196       19       06

To paire of Gloves on pewter pot                   0       7       00

This Inventory taken by us this 5th of November 1689.

JOHN MARSH
ZACHARIAH SAXDFORD
Hartford, Conn., Probate Records, Vol. 5. (Goodwins of Hartford)


** 9th Great Grandfather **

More About William GOODWIN:
Event: May 21, 1657
Occupation: Chimneyviewer, 1672; Sexton

  Notes for Susannah FRUEN:
"..who she was is unknown, excepting the fact that she had a sister, Sarah Fruen, who was betrothed to Thomas Greenhill..." (Mem. Hist. of Hartford Co.)

Know all men by these presents that whereas there is a marriage intended to be had & made shortly between us John Shephard Senr of hartford in New England & Susanna Goodwin of the sam Harford Widdow; he the sayd John Shephard doe upon some considerations grant the desire of the afforsayd susanna Goodwin which is, that the estate that she inherrittes by the will of her late husband William Goodwin deceased or that she stands now possessed of befor marriage with the afforsayd John Shephard shall be hers to dispose of as she pleas, without any molestation from him the afforsayd John Shepard his heirs, executors, or assigns to be at her despose when & how she will notwithstanding the vertue or force of the sayed marriage; also it is grantted, by the aforesayed Susanna that what estate soever she bringes to the hous of the aforsayed John Shephard, this to abid so long as she pleas, that the sayed John Shephard shall not be bound any ways to mak up any dammage don to any of that estatt, by any providence or casualthy or any wayes that may be don. in witness and for confirmation whereof the said John Shephard and Susanna Goodwin have to this pressence putt to ther hands this third day of agust one thousand sixe hundred ninety on.

Signed & deliverd in presence of|JOHN SHEPHARD
her
WILLIAM GOODWIN       |SUSANNA X GOODWIN
NATHANIELL GOODWIN | mark


** 9th Great Grandmother **

More About Susannah FRUEN:
Probate: April 14, 1698
Will: March 07, 1697/98

More About William GOODWIN and Susannah FRUEN:
Marriage: Abt. 1655
     
Children of William GOODWIN and Susannah FRUEN are:
  i.   Susanna GOODWIN, born 1656 in Hartford, Hartford, CT; died July 22, 1718; married John PRATT.
  258 ii.   William GOODWIN, born 1658 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; died Bet. July 23 - November 26, 1733 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT; married Elizabeth SHEPARD July 1680 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.
  iii.   Nathaniel GOODWIN, born 1669; died November 1747; married Mehitable PORTER; born September 15, 1673; died February 06, 1725/26.
  More About Nathaniel GOODWIN:
Burial: Center Church, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT


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