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Ancestors of Erich and Philipp von Hitritz


      5674. Richard Haughton, born 1614 in England; died Bef. 06 Oct 1681 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut. He married 5667. Katherine Shore 1650 in Connecticut.

      5667. Katherine Shore, born Abt. 1623 in LaRochelle, France; died 09 Aug 1670 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut. She was the daughter of 11334. George Shore.

Notes for Richard Haughton:
1657 - In June 1657, UNCAS, sachem of the Mohegans, fled to a fort below Norwich on the Thames River after his tribe was attacked by the Narragansetts. Lt. James AVERY, Mr. BREWSTER, Richard HAUGHTON, Samuel LOTHROP and other English from Lyme and New London went to his rescue and drove the Narragansetts away. Roberts, Eloise M., SOME COLONIAL FAMILIES (1926), p.3-9.

From Hartford probate
1635-1700, online at Ancestry.com

Richard Haughton , died Wethersfield 23 May, 1682. ("of Beverly, Mass.")

Appointed "friends" Nathaniel Standly and William Pitkin, both of Hartford,
"to take care of and manage all my concerns in this Colony, & more
especially that of a Vessell Building at Middletown." He requests Jno
ffoster (sic) of Boston to assist these two with the vessel. Witnesses are
John Kilbourn, Will. Gibbon, Timothy Hide. Inventory taken by John
Kilbourn, William Warner 493 and change. He is debtor to John Honeywell
who took care of him in his sickness.

Mention of Thomas Atwood and of another inventory by Ciprian Niccols, Caleb
Standby, Phineus Wilson.

"Mr. John Harris appeared in court and presented a letter of Adms. granted
by the Hon. Simon Bradstreet, Esq., Gov. of Mass., to Capt. John Hull Esq.,
Assistant to Mary Haughton, the Relict, Widow of Richard Haughton deceased,
to Adms. upon the estate of Haughton aforesaid..."

     
Children of Richard Haughton and Katherine Shore are:
  2837 i.   Sarah Haughton, born Abt. 1652; died 17 Aug 1728 in Waterford, New London Co., Connecticut; married Joseph Rogers 08 Dec 1670 in New London, New London Co., Connectucut.
  ii.   Sampson Haughton, born 1658 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; died 12 Jan 1717/18; married Sarah ???; born 1664; died 24 Nov 1760.
  More About Sampson Haughton:
Burial: Jan 1717/18, Ye Antient Buriall Place, New London, New London Co., Connecticut

  iii.   Abigail Haughton, born Abt. 1660 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; died Abt. 1684; married Thomas Leach Abt. 1677 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; born 1652 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire; died 24 Nov 1732 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut.
  iv.   Catherine Haughton, born 1661 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; died 24 Jan 1727/28 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; married John Butler 1680 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; born 1653 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; died 26 Mar 1733 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut.
  More About Catherine Haughton:
Baptism: 25 Jun 1676, New London, New London Co., Connecticut

  v.   Mercy Haughton, born 1665 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; married Samuel Bill 1687 in New London, New London Co., Connecticut; born 1665 in Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts; died Abt. 1730 in Groton, New London Co., Connecticut.
  More About Mercy Haughton:
Baptism: 25 Jun 1676, New London, New London Co., Connecticut



      5676. Thomas Stevens, born 05 Dec 1630 in London, England; died 18 Nov 1685 in Killingsworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut. He was the son of 5576. John Stevens and 5577. Mary ???. He married 5677. Mary Fletcher 18 Nov 1655 in Kenilworth, England.

      5677. Mary Fletcher, born 18 May 1630 in Roxbury, Suffolk, England; died 24 Oct 1683 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut. She was the daughter of 11354. John Fletcher and 11355. Mary Ward.

Notes for Thomas Stevens:
According to "Genealogies of Connecticut Families," Thomas removed to Killingworth, and was a member of the church there in 1670. He never became a freeman in Guilford. He was a strong adherent of Dr. Rossiter, and in October, he, his brother and father joined with others in Guilford in seceding from New Haven Colony, and tendered themselves with their persons and estates to the Connecticut Colony. The bitter controversy that followed was a chief cause of both Thomas' and William's leaveing Guilford.
Thomas was a man of ability and prominence at Killingworth, and twice he served in the General Assembly from that town. In 1654-5, he was convicted of selling flax with defective weights, through carelessness in not having them inspected. In 1654, when an expedition against the Dutch was proposed, he was chosen corporal, "but only for this present service and that he accede no higher in any other office because he is not a freeman."


More About Mary Fletcher:
Baptism: 10 May 1633, Stretton, Rutland, England
     
Children of Thomas Stevens and Mary Fletcher are:
  i.   Rebecca Stevens, born 1655 in Guilford, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died 26 Feb 1736/37 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; married Edward Rutty 06 May 1678 in Connecticut; born 1651 in New Haven, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died 01 May 1714 in Middlesex Co., Connecticut.
  2838 ii.   James Stevens, born 21 Feb 1655/56 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died 1695 in at Sea; married Mary Wakelee Abt. 1674 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.
  iii.   Mary Stevens, born 21 Feb 1655/56 in Killlingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died Abt. 1688 in Killlingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; married Lt. Daniel Kelsey 27 Mar 1672 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; born 06 Jul 1650 in Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut; died 05 Jun 1727 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
  iv.   Sarah Stevens, born 25 Jan 1656/57 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died Bef. 06 Oct 1691; married Stephen Dodd 16 May 1678 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; born 16 Feb 1654/55 in Branford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died 09 Oct 1691 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut.
  v.   John Stevens, born 10 May 1660 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died 1722; married Abigail Cole 28 Apr 1684 in Connecticut.
  vi.   Thomas Stevens, born 21 Feb 1661/62 in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut; died Nov 1703 in Connecticut; married (1) Deborah ???; married (2) Hannah Evarts 06 Jun 1686 in Connecticut; born 12 Nov 1670 in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut.
  vii.   Timothy Stevens, born 1664 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died 21 Feb 1711/12 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.
  viii.   Joseph Stevens, born 23 Apr 1666 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died Bef. 1697.
  ix.   Abigail Stevens, born 23 Apr 1666 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died Aug 1727; married Edward Lee 1690 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died Apr 1727 in Connecticut.
  x.   Elizabeth Stevens, born 14 Jul 1668 in Guilford, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died 15 Nov 1738 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; married Nathaniel Chittenden 1690 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; born 10 Aug 1669 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died 15 Nov 1738.
  xi.   Ebenezer Stevens, born 26 Jan 1669/70 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died 18 Nov 1738 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; married Jean Redfield 27 Apr 1698 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; born Abt. 1670 in Connecticut.
  xii.   Phebe Stevens, born 21 Feb 1671/72 in Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; died 18 Nov 1685 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.
  xiii.   Jonathan Stevens, born 02 Feb 1674/75 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died 02 Jun 1746; married Deborah Stiles.


      5678. Henry Wakelee, born 1620 in Gloucester, Gloucester, England; died 11 Jul 1689 in Stratford, Fairfield Co.,Connecticut. He was the son of 11356. James Wakelee and 11357. Mary Hopper. He married 5679. Sarah Burt 04 Sep 1649 in Norwalk, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.

      5679. Sarah Burt, born Bef. 14 Jan 1620/21 in Haberton, Devonshire, England; died Abt. 1711 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut. She was the daughter of 11358. Henry Burt and 11359. Eulalia Marche.

Notes for Henry Wakelee:
The information shown below is quoted from the "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," compiled and edited by Donald Lines Jacobus for the Eunice Dennie Burr chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1930 (Volume I) and 1932 (Volume II), originally published in Fairfield, Connecticut and reprinted in 1976 by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. of Baltimore with "Additions and Corrections" dating from 1943.
Notes:
1.      Some of the symbols used in the published version were modified in the version below to fit the standard ASCII character set.
2.      Jacobus uses the spelling "Wakelee" throughout, although many of the source documents used other spellings.


Part 1, from Volume I

p. 628
Wakelee, Henry [s. of James?]. Colonial grant of 50 acres, May 1669, doubtless for service in Pequot War (1637). Granted 200 acres, May 1681, for service to the Colony in or about Mattebeseck [Waterbury] (not laid out until 1716, and then assigned by James, son of Henry, to Benjamin Fairweather of Stratfield).
Res. Hartford, but removed early to Stratford. His service at Mattebeseck prob. refers to a punitive expedition of 100 men sent out in Aug. 1639, as a sequel to the Pequot War.
Married 4 Sept. 1649, Sarah, widow of Judah Gregory, and dau. of Henry Burt of Springfield. He was granted adm'n, 15 May 1650, on the "Estate of his wive's other husband."
Will 11 July 1689, codicil 5 Apr. 1690, exhibited 8 Nov. 1690; wife Sarah; sons Deliverance, James, Jacob; daus. Patience and Abigail (single); to Thomas Lattin, five sheep; to Elizabeth Squire, a cow; to dau. Mary Stevens, a cow; to "Henry Sumers yt Lives with me besides what I have Given: A Cow." Witnesses: Zechariah Fairchild, Samuel Preston.
Children:
+Deliverance, b. abt. 1651.
+James.
+Jacob.
Mary, m. ------ Stevens, prob. James Stevens of Killingworth.
Patience, m. at Stratford, 3 Oct. 1692, Timothy Titherton.
Abigail [b. abt. 1665, d. Aug. 1753 ae. 88; m. abt. 1691, JohnBeardsley.]
? Mercy, m. (1) by 1687, Thomas Lattin; m. (2) at Stratford, 31 Aug. 1721, Mr. Moses Wheeler; m (3) at Stratford, 9 May 1726, Mr. John Burritt.


More About Sarah Burt:
Baptism: 14 Jan 1620/21, Haberton, Devonshire, England
     
Children of Henry Wakelee and Sarah Burt are:
  i.   Jacob Wakelee, born Abt. 1655 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; married ??? 1675.
  Notes for Jacob Wakelee:
The information shown below is quoted from the "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," compiled and edited by Donald Lines Jacobus for the Eunice Dennie Burr chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1930 (Volume I) and 1932 (Volume II), originally published in Fairfield, Connecticut and reprinted in 1976 by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. of Baltimore with "Additions and Corrections" dating from 1943.
Notes:
1.      Some of the symbols used in the published version were modified in the version below to fit the standard ASCII character set.
2.      Jacobus uses the spelling "Wakelee" throughout, although many of the source documents used other spellings.


Part 1, from Volume I, page 628:

Wakelee, Jacob, s. of Henry.
Called "Dr." in 1726
He m. (1) -------, widow of Richard Wallis of Norwich.
[He m. (2) Hannah Peat, dau. of John, b. 6 Dec. 1667. This statement is made in "Hist. of Stratford," also in "Hist. of Fairfield," where Hannah Peat is the only wife attributed to Jacob. It is obvious that she was not old enough to be mother of the older children; she was wife of a Wakelee in 1694, and could have been second wife of Jacob, or first wife of James Wakelee.]
Will 30 Dec. 1726, codicil 7 Jan. 1726/7, proved 24 Feb. 1726/7; sons Jonathan, Henry, Joseph, Isreal, Nathaniel; daus. Ruth wife of John Lacy, Ann wife of Timothy Wheeler, Jr.; grandsons Jacob son of Jonathan, and Timothy son of Timothy Wheeler. p. 630 Witnesses: John Fairchild, Alexander Fairchild, Jr., and Thomas Sherwood.
Children [by first wife], recorded at Stratford:
Jacob, b. 10 Feb. 1677 [1677/8], d. y.
x Jonathan, b. 9 Feb. 1678/9, d. at Stratfield, in 1743; will 13 Dec. 1742, proved 7 June 1743; m. abt. 1704, Mary Beardsley, dau. of Samuel, b. 1 May 1680, d. after 1742.
Ruth, b. 27 Aug. 1681; m. (1) abt. 1703, Ephraim Treadwell; m. (2) John Lacey.
x Henry, b. 27 Jan. 1683 [1683/4], d. at Stratfield, 9 Jan. 1743 [1743/4] in 60 yr. (g. s.); Corp'l in Canadian Expedition, 1709; adm'n granted, 13 Feb. 1743/4, to Nathan Seeley; m. (1) (rec. Stratford) 12 Dec. 1706, Rachel Stratton, who d. 10 Mar. 1708 [1707/8 by Stratford rec.] ae. [--] (g. s., Stratfield); m. (2) (rec. Stratford) 26 Jan. 1710/1, Sarah Frost.
x Joseph, b. 17 Sept. 1686, d. bef. 16 Apr. 1760 (agreement of heirs); m. --------.
x Isreal, b 4 Feb. 1689 [1689/90], d. 29 Mar. [1786] in 75 yr. (g. s., Trumbull); will 29 Apr. 1768, proved 8 Mary 1786; m. Abigail -------, b. abt. 1688, d. 12 Nov. 1765 in 78 yr. (g. s.).
x Nathaniel, b. (no record), d. at Stratfield, in 1771; adm'n granted, 19 Feb. 1771, to Ephraim Fairchild; m. Rebecca ------.
Ann, b. abt. 1693, d. at Stratfield, 18 July 1764 in 72 yr. (g. s.); m. at Stratfield, 29 Jan. 1712/3, Timothy Wheeler.


  ii.   James Wakelee, married (1) Hannah Peat; born 06 Dec 1667; married (2) Hannah Griffin 26 Feb 1701/02 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; born Abt. 1675.
  Notes for James Wakelee:
The information shown below is quoted from the "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," compiled and edited by Donald Lines Jacobus for the Eunice Dennie Burr chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1930 (Volume I) and 1932 (Volume II), originally published in Fairfield, Connecticut and reprinted in 1976 by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. of Baltimore with "Additions and Corrections" dating from 1943.
Notes:
1.      Some of the symbols used in the published version were modified in the version below to fit the standard ASCII character set.
2.      Jacobus uses the spelling "Wakelee" throughout, although many of the source documents used other spellings.


Part 1, from Volume I, page 628:

Wakelee, James, s. of Henry.
Married (1) [possibly Hannah Peat, b. 6 Dec. 1667; see JACOB
WAKELEE].
Married (2) at Stratford, 26 Feb. 1701/2, Hannah Griffin. She was dau. Of Hugh, b. about 1675.
He, of Stratford, conveyed 1725 to son Joseph of Stratford; on 3 Feb. 1728/9, being of Stratford, now resident in Guilford, he conveyed to son-in-law Nehemiah Allen land in Ripton parish.
Children, first two recorded at Stratford:
x James, b. 28 Dec. 1688, d. at Stratford in 1762; will 23 Apr.
1745, proved 4 May 1762; m. Sarah Shelton.
Henry, b. 15 May 1691.
x Joseph, d. in 1729; will dated Stratford 10 July 1729, proved at
Woodbury; m. 24 Apr. 1723, Elizabeth Clark. She m. (2) at Woodbury, 23 Sept. 1729, John Squire.
Dinah, m. 26 Nov. 1719, David Curtis.
Abigail.
Hannah, m. 30 May 1728, Nehemiah Allen.


  iii.   Patience Wakelee, married Timothy Timerton 03 Oct 1692 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
  iv.   Deliverance Wakelee, born Abt. 1650 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; died 06 Nov 1707 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; married Hannah Nash 03 Dec 1678 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; born 18 Jan 1650/51 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
  Notes for Deliverance Wakelee:
The information shown below is quoted from the "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," compiled and edited by Donald Lines Jacobus for the Eunice Dennie Burr chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1930 (Volume I) and 1932 (Volume II), originally published in Fairfield, Connecticut and reprinted in 1976 by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. of Baltimore with "Additions and Corrections" dating from 1943.
Notes:
1.      Some of the symbols used in the published version were modified in the version below to fit the standard ASCII character set.
2.      Jacobus uses the spelling "Wakelee" throughout, although many of the source documents used other spellings.


Part 1, from Volume I, page 628
Wakelee, Delieverance, s. of Henry.
Born about 1651, d. at Stratford, 6 Nov. 1707; in 57 yr. (g.s.).
Married (rec. Stratford) 3 Dec. 1678, Hannah Nash. She was dau. Of
Edward.
Will 15 Oct. 1707, proved 5 Dec. 1707; aged mother Sarah Wakelee;
Mary Summers, which long lived with me and hath been very kind to me, to share with my two daus., Sarah and Mary Wakelee; borhter-in-law Timothy Titherton, Exec'r, with Ambrose Thompson, Sr.
p. 629
Children, recorded at Stratford:
Hannah, b. 15 Oct. 1679, d. Aug. 1683.
Ebenezer, b. 23 Oct. 1681, d. 27 Mar. 1683.
Henry, b. 1 Dec. 1683, d. 7 Dec. 1683.
Sarah, b. 1 Dec. 1683; m. (rec. Norwalk) 12 June 1710, Nathaniel
Ketchum.
Mary, b. 3 Mar. 1688/9; m. 25 Nov. 1708, Joseph Burritt.


  v.   Mercy Wakelee, born Abt. 1651; married (1) Thomas Lattin 1687; married (2) Moses Wheeler 31 Aug 1721 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; born 05 Jul 1651 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; died 30 Jan 1723/24 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut; married (3) John Burritt 09 May 1726 in Stratford, Fairfield Co., Connecticut.
  2839 vi.   Mary Wakelee, born Abt. 1657 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; died 30 Apr 1729 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; married James Stevens Abt. 1674 in Killingworth, Middlesex Co., Connecticut.
  vii.   Abigail Wakelee, born Abt. 1665; died Aug 1753; married John Beardsley Abt. 1691.


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