Maude Alexander (m. Justin Alexander)
Parents: Justin Alexander (12-27-1844 in Franklin, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin to 6-18-1928 in Taymouth Twp, MI) and Irena Polly VanCuyler (12-20-1855 in Memphis, Macomb Co., MI to 5-5-1943 in Montrose, Genessee Co., MI) Buried at the Cook Cemetery, Burt, MI; Married: September 25, 1876 in Taymouth, Saginaw Co., MI
Children: Charlotte J. (5-1877), Maude (Baker) (11-1-1878 to 3-30-1917), Edith (MacDonald) (1-31-1881 to 4-21-1982), Adelaide (3-27-1886 to 8-1973), James (2-1892 to 1964), John (3-1884), Blanche (Savage) (2-1888)
Justin Alexander b. 1844 in Wisconsin, married first Charlotte Louisa Neff on December 10, 1867 b. 1844 in Michigan, in Genesee Co., Michigan.Source Information: Book: V04Page: 068Record: 1007 (http://www.rootsweb.com/~mifgs/marriages/myea-newa_1.html).
Charlotte Louisa Neff died on April 13, 1869 in prob. Clio, Genesee Co., Michigan (www.familysearch.org).
Grandparents: Vincent Alexander (c.1810 in Canada to after 1880 in Taymouth, Saginaw Co., MI) and Mary (c.1817 in Ohio to after 1880 in Taymouth, Saginaw Co., MI)
Children: Lucinda (1837 in OH), Sarah (1840 in OH), Ellen (1843 in OH), Justin (12-27-1844 in WI to 6-18-1928 in Taymouth, MI), Lorin (1846 in WI), Louisa (1850 in WI), William (1855 in OH), Althea E. (1862 in MI)
Great grandparents: Justin Alexander (b. 4-11-1774 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., Vermont d. 7-6-1854 in Geauga Co., OH) and Asenath Jones (b. 3-20-1777 in Dummerston, Windham Co., VT d. 11-26-1860 in Newbury, OH)(They are buried in the Old Section of Munn Cemetery in Newbury, Geauga Co., Ohio, Row N, Lot 2) Married: May 17, 1796 in Dummerston, Windham Co., Vermont
Children: Abiather, Triphene, Orpha, Luther, Joseph, Vincent (b. Abt. 1810), Mahalia, Julia, Justin (4-29-1820 in Newbury, OH)
Geauga Co. History: Justin Alexander, Sr., was born among the mountains of Vermont in 1774. he lived in Canada for a while but returned to the States. In 1796 he married a girl named Asenath....he came to Newbury in 1817 and lived there ten years before moving to Fullertown in 1827.....(DenisPaul2@aol.com).
Notes for JUSTIN ALEXANDER:
It is not clear why he was in Canada when children Mahala, Joseph, Vincent and Luther were born. He did have distant relatives in Canada.They were descendants of Alexanders who were taken captive in the Deerfield Massacre in 1704 and remained there, but this seems like a very tenuous connection.A more likely explanation is that he was simply on the other side of t he St. Lawrence River from his father and half brothers who were in Henderson, Jefferson Co. , NY (Janice McAlpin- firstname.lastname@example.org).
2 great grandparents: Jonathan Sartle Alexander (1749 in Old Fort Dummer, Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT to 3-7-1838 in Mexico, Oswego, NY) (Fought in the Revolutionary War) and Anna Orvis (5-4-1746 in Northfield, Franklin Co., MA to around 1791 in Windham Co., VT)
Children: Justin (4-11-1774 in Brattleboro, VT), Robert, Reuben, Joseph, Aaron (7-15-1787 in Brattleboro, VT)
Notes for JONATHAN SARTLE ALEXANDER:
Alternate date of death: 7 Mar 1838
His middle name is probably a version of Sartwell.The Sartwell family was prominent in VT a bout that time and there was a Fort Sartwell (also called Fort Sartle) in the area."Soon after Massachusetts made the 1736 grant, two forts were built by men who had received lands under that grant. Josiah Sartwell built his fortified residence within the present town of Vernon . Fort Sartwell, as it became known, was the site of several Indian raids and attacks."
Jonathan was about 8 years old when his father was killed by Indians across the Connecticut River in NH.
Jonathan Alexander was a Revolutionary War soldier.He received a pension and son Justin is mentioned in the pension application. "Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files" Abstracted by Virgil D. White. The National Historical Publishing Company pg 28
In 1840 his second wife Bathsheba Rice Alexander is listed as receiving the pension.
SOURCE: 1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services; With the names, ages, and places of residence Returned by the marshalls of the several judicial districts; under The Act for Taking the Sixth Census
NAMEAGE HEAD/HOUSEHOLD CITY/TOWN COUNTY
Bathsheba Alexander 87Gardener HagainMexicoOswego
In Windham Co., Vermont there are Alexander’s as follows according to the 1790 Censuses:
Thaddeus Alexander of Athens, VT
John Alexander of Bratttleboro, VT
David Alexander of Hallifax, VT
Jonathan Alexander of Hinsdale, VT
Aaron Alexander of Putney, VT
Philip Alexander of Putney, VT
From information about the Bathsheba Rice Hager family: The children of Jonathan from his first marriage may have been Justin, Robert, Reuben, Aaron, and Joseph Alexander.
Anna Orvis was born 4 May 1746 in Northfield, Mass., daughter of William and Anna (Petty) Orvis. She was the first wife of Rev. war soldier Jonathan Sartle (Sartwell) Alexander (b. 1749 at Ft. Dummer) According to papers in the Revolutionary War veteran pension file, Jonathan married his second wife Bathsheba (Rice) Hager in May of 1792.Joseph Alexander who is listed as Anna's son may have been born in March of 1792.So it would seem that Anna (Orvis) Alexander probably died in childbirth and Jonathan remarried immediately. Anna's name is not mentioned in Jonathan's Rev. war pension papers, but her son Justin is listed as one of Jonathan's sons by his first wife. Anna's mother died 19 August 1746, when Anna (Orvis) Alexander was just three months old. One of Anna's stepmothers was Elizabeth Alexander. (probably Jonathan Alexander's aunt.)
According to the Orvis Family in America genealogy Anna was b. Mar 4, 1746. Does not give her mother's maiden name. The notes say she married _______Alexander. One or more of her desc. lived in Newbury Seneca County Ohio in 1857. One was Justin Alexander.
3 great grandparents: John Alexander (11-15-1709 in Deerfield, Franklin Co., MA d. 7-22-1755 in Fort Hinsdale, NH) and Ruth
Children: John (1738), Joel (1741), Nathaniel (1743), Amos (1747), Jonathan Sartle (1749), Philip (1751), Thankful (1753), Mead (1755)
History of Charlestown, NH by Rev. Henry H. Saunderson 1876 p. 401
John Alexander is mention in a description of an Indian attack on Fort Dummer Dec 22, 1748.
From Genealogy of Robert and Rachael Alexander Timson compiled about 1905 by one of their descendent--Lula belle Horton. One John Alexander was born in Northfield 1706. A soldier Under a Capt. Kellogg at Fort Dummer, also served under one Capt. Josiah Willard at Fort Dummer . Moved his family to Fort Dummer in 1733. His sons John b1738 and Joel b1741ab were born there. He was killed by Indians near Fort Hinsdale, NH in July 22, 1755. Family at that time live d near Bridgman's Fort present Vernon VT. The only information on Joel is he was a soldier in 1759. Son John missed being capture by Indians 6/27/1755 because he was after cows belonging to Bridgeman's fort. He served in French and Indian war under Gen. Jeff Amherst. Col Williams Regiment 3/1758 to 12/1758 in Canada. He was at Burgoynes surrender 11/17/1777 in Capt. Merrianis(?) Company (interesting, his Daughters Rachaels' future husband was one of those captured at Saratoga). Later he was appointed 1st Lt. of Militia by the Governor of NY in 1782. H e was one of the first settlers of Brattleboro--Now VT--and at time of his death in 1828 in Marlboro, VT at age 90 he was oldest living of the first settlers of Brattleboro.--Floyd
John Alexander was apparently one of the early "English" settlers in Vermont.According t o a history of the state, prior to 1760, there were only a few New Englanders in the state: " "Vermont had its beginnings in a land controversy. Near the middle of the eighteenth century, both Benning Wentworth, the colonial governor of New Hampshire, and Lt. Governor Cadwallader Colden, representing the colonial government of New York, claimed territory in what is no w Vermont. Massachusetts claimed a small part along Vermont's southern border. Each government petitioned the king to validate their boundaries to include the disputed Vermont land. However, the process of petitioning did not stop either New Hampshire or New York from issuing grants for the same land to their own proprietors and the proprietors in turn selling the land to settlers. Settlers from lower New England and New York began to arrive in "The Grants," as they were called, in the 1760s. Previous residents of the land included a few French settlements in the northern part of the state, the remainder of the Native American population i n the region after the French and Indian Wars, and some early New England settlers around For Dummer on the Vermont River. By 1760, most of these settlers, with the exception of the remaining Abenaki tribe, had moved back to more populated areas in New England and Canada. Life for those settling "The Grants" consisted of clearing rock-laden forests. The settlers were also faced with the uncertainty as to whether the land they were homesteading was really theirs or belonged to someone else who also thought they had a legitimate claim.
4 great grandparents: Joseph Alexander (10-16-1681 in Springfield, Hampshire Co., MA to 9-30-1761 in Hadley, Hampton Co., MA) and Margaret Mattoon (11-4-1678 in Springfield, Hampshire Co., MA to?) Married: 5-28-1705 in Deerfield, MA
Children: Joseph (11-18-1705), Margaret (1-25-1707), Sarah (6-7-1708), John (11-15-1709), Mary (7-20-1711), Philip (9-29-1712), Aaron (2-12-1714), Rachel (10-24-1715), Elizabeth (2-8-1717), Thankful (10-11-1719), Experience (2-3-1719), Amos (4-5-1724)
1. Source: The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1996, The Register on CD-ROM) Page: 19:251
2. Source: James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Vol. 3 . (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1998)Text: ISBN 0-8063-0962-8Page: 178
3. Source: William Richard Cutter, A.M., New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: Volume s I - IV (New York, NewYork, 1915. Reprint, Baltimore, Maryland: Clearfield Company, Inc. b y Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996, 1997.)Text: ISBN 0-8063-4612-4, Page: 1498
4. Source: Charles Thornton Libby, Sybil Noyes and Walter Goodwin Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Portland, Maine, 1928-1939, Originally published in five parts, reprinted by the Higginson Book Company, Salem, Massachusetts, 1998), Page: 469
Joseph Alexander was captured during the Deerfield Massacre, 29 February 1704, but he escaped the first night. Rev. Williams, another captive, was notified that if another escaped the other captives would be killed. (line continued in "Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John, 1630")
(February 28-29, 1704), an attack on Deerfield, Massachusetts, by Indians from Canada. The town was mostly destroyed by fire, and over a third of its three hundred inhabitants were captured and taken to Canada.
5 great grandparents: John Alexander (7-25-1645 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT to 12-31-1733 in prob. Northfield, Franklin Co., CT) and Sarah Gaylord (1-18-1651 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT to 11-3-1732 in Hatfield, Hampshire Co., MA)Married: 11-28-1671 in Hampshire Co., MA
Children: John (1-16-1673), Nathaniel (4-6-1676), Samuel (11-6-1678), Joseph (10-16-1681), Ebenezer (10-17-1684), Elizabeth (b. about 1686), Sarah (2-7-1688), Thankful (3-29-1691), Elizabeth(10-5-1694)
Notes for JOHN ALEXANDER:
One of the first settlers at Deerfield, Connecticut. Returned to North Hampton in 1675.
A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #1, Pgs 2 4 - 33Alderman - Allen
By James Savage: JOHN ALEXANDER, Northampton, s. of George, m. 28 Nov. 1671, Sarah Gaylord, perhaps d. of Samuel of the same, had John, b. 24 Jan. 1673; Nathaniel, Mar. 1676; Samuel, 6 Nov. 1678; Joseph, 16 Oct . 1681; Ebenezer, 17 Oct. 1684; Sarah, 7 Feb. 1688; Thankful, 29 Mar. 1691; and Elizabeth Hi s w. d. 3 Nov. 1732, and he d. 31 Dec. 1733. One of the s. Ebenezer, a deac. of Northfield, was gr.f. of Caleb, Y. C. 1777, min. of Mendon, translat. of Virgil, formerly well kn. to idle school boys.
John, born 25 July 1645, married Sarah Gaylord on 28 November 1671. She was the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Hull) Gaylord of Windsor. They had eight children. After 1694 he married a second time to Jane Pearce.
6 great grandparents: George Alexander (b. about 1620 in probably Sterling,Scotland d. 5-5-1703 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA) and Susannah SageMarried: March 19, 1644 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CTChildren: John (7-25-1645), Abigail (6-16-1647), Mary (10-20-1648), Daniel (1-12-1650), Nathaniel (12-26-1652), Sarah (12-8-1654)
1. "First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts..."and "Genealogies and Biographies of Ancient Windsor."
2. A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #1, Pgs 2 4 - 33Alderman - Allen, by: James Savage.
3. George Norbury Mackenzie, LLB, Colonial Families Of The United States Of America, 1912, Reprinted 1995, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore MD, Volume 4, Alexander Family.(Genealogy L ibrary, genealogy.com, 2001).
4. Virkus, Frederick, The Abridged Compendium Of American Genealogy; First Families Of America , Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1968, 500.(Genealogy Library, genealogy.co m, 2001).
Sheldon, George, A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts, Deerfield, Mass., 1896.
5. Webster, William Holcomb and Webster, Rev. Melville Reuben, History and Genealogy of the Gov. John Webster Family of Connecticut, Rochester, NY: E. R. Andrews Printing Company, 1915, NE HGS Online, http://www.newenglandancestors.orghttp://www.newenglandancestors.org
6. NEHGS Register, V. 5, pg. 63 1850. (Records of Marriages and Births in the Town of Windsor, CT).
Parents: Philip Mattoon (d. 12-30-1696 in Deerfield, Hampshire Co., MA) and Sarah Hawkes (9-29-1657 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT to 12-17-1751 in Hatfield, Hampshire Co., MA) Married: 9-10-1677 in Springfield, MA Children: Margaret (11-4-1678), Philip (11-4-1680), John (10-12-1682), Isaac (12-10-1684), Sarah (4-25-1687), Eleazer (3-10-1689), Gershom (about 1690), Nathaniel (4-29-1693), Ebenezer (1-30-1695), Mary (7-25-1697)
A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #3 Master s - Maury
By James Savage: PHILIP MATTOON, a soldier from the E. part of the Col. in the spring of 1676, was in Turners comp. an d took part in the Falls fight, then sett. at Springfield, m. Sarah, d. of John Hawkes of Had ley, had Margaret, b. 1678; Philip, 1680; John, 1682; Isaac, 1684; Sarah, 1687; rem. to Deerf ie}d, there had Eleazer, 1689; Gershom, 1690; Nathaniel, 1693; Ebenezer, 1695; and Mary, post hum. 1697. He d. 30 Dec. 1696, and his wid. m. Daniel Belden, as third w. and d. 17 Dec. 17O1 , in 95th yr. Of his s. Philip, with w. Rebecca, d. of Godfrey Nims, and only ch. were k. a t the sec. destruct. of D. by the Ind. and Fr. 29 Feb. 1704; John sett. at Wallingford; Isaa c and Nathaniel at Northfield; Eleazer at Amherst, but was first at N.; and Gershom at Lebanon; Ebenezerd. at 21 yrs. The late Hon. Ebenezer, Dart. Coll. 1776, was gr.s. of Eleazer.
1. A Genealogy of The Descendants of Phillip Matton of Deerfield, Massachusetts, Researcher s and compliers - Lillian G. Mattoon & Donald P. Mattoon, printed by Courier Printing Company , Inc., Littleton, New Hampshire, 1965. p. 2 - Date & location.
2. History of Deerfield, by George Sheldon, Published by E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, MA, 1896. p. 7 - Date & location.
3. Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, Sou th Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Compiled Sylvester Judd, published in 1905. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, Maryland, 1979. p. 5 - Date & location.
4. A Genealogy of The Descendants of Phillip Matton of Deerfield, Massachusetts, Researcher s and compliers - Lillian G. Mattoon & Donald P. Mattoon, printed by Courier Printing Company , Inc., Littleton, New Hampshire, 1965. p. 5 - Year.
5. History of Deerfield, by George Sheldon, Published by E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, MA, 18 96. p. 7 - Year.
6. Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Compiled Sylvester Judd, published in 1905. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, Maryland, 1979. p. 5 - Year.
7. A Genealogy of The Descendants of Phillip Matton of Deerfield, Massachusetts, Researcher s and compliers - Lillian G. Mattoon & Donald P. Mattoon, printed by Courier Printing Company , Inc., Littleton, New Hampshire, 1965. p. 5 - Year.
8. Ibid. p. 5 - Date.
9. Ibid. p. 5 - Year.
10. Ibid. p. 5 - Date.
11. Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Compiled Sylvester Judd, published in 1905. Reprinted by Gene alogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, Maryland, 1979. p. 5 - Date.
12. A Genealogy of The Descendants of Phillip Matton of Deerfield, Massachusetts, Researcher s and compliers - Lillian G. Mattoon & Donald P. Mattoon, printed by Courier Printing Company , Inc., Littleton, New Hampshire, 1965. p. 5 - Date & location.
13. Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, So uth Hadley, Amherst and Granby, Compiled Sylvester Judd, published in 1905. Reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, Maryland, 1979. p. 5 - Year & location.
Parents: Samuel Gaylord (Baptized 12-19-1619 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England to 8-19-1690 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT) and Elizabeth Hull (baptized 10-16-1625 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England to 5-2-1680) Married: 12-4-1646 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT
Children: Elizabeth (10-4-1647), Mary (11-10-1649), Sarah (1-18-1651), Abigail (9-29-1653), Samuel (6-1657), Martha (6-24-1659)
Grandparents: William Gaylord (b. in prob. Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England d. 7-20-1673 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT)
Children: William (about 1616), Elizabeth (about 1618), Samuel (baptized 12-19-1619), Walter (8-22-1622), John (about 1630)
1."John Porter, Windsor Conn., Descendants" R929.2 P83a Volumn I Onondaga County Library, Syracuse, NY: Henry Porter Andrew, Esq.
2.Genealogical Dictionary of New England Settlers"by Joseph SAVAGEVol 2 Page 2393.A DIGEST OF THE EARLY CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS.1695 to 1700.Page 106
Name: Deacon William Gaylord Location: WindsorDied 20 July, 1673.Invt. ¿296-17-06. Taken b y Benjamin Newbery, Henry Wolcott, Jr., & Thomas Stoughton.Will dated 31 January, 1671. 4.The Great Migration Begins. citing Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts B ay in New England, 1628-1686, Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, ed., 5 volumes in 6 (Boston 1853-1854) . Application for Freeman; 19 Oct 1630; Massachusetts Bay Colony, MA.Jury Duty; 9 Nov 1630 ; Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA. Petit jury, 9 November 1630 [MBCR 1:81]. Town Office; Bet 9 May 1632 And 2 May 1638; Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MADeputy for Dorchester to General Court , 9 May 1632 (as "John Gallard"), 2 September 1635, 3 March 1635/6, 1 August 1637, 2 May 163 8 [MBCR 1:95, 156, 164, 200, 227]. Administrator of Will / Estate; 26 Aug 1633; Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA . 26 August 1633 William Gaylord and William Rockwell were appointed administr ators to the estate of John Russell who had died in Dorchester [MBCR 1:107] Town Service; 4 M ar 1633/34; Massachusetts Bay Colony,MA. Committee on boundary between Boston and Roxbury, 4 March 1633/4 [MBCR 1:113].5.Henry R. Stiles, A.M., M.D., History of Ancient Windsor, 2 Vols. (Picton Press, Camden, Maine ).Confirmed passengers aboard the ship the Mary and John 1630.
GAYLORD, JOHN a. 30 Probably Somerset
GAYLORD, WILLIAM a. 39 Crewkerne, Somerset
____, wife a. 37 Crewkerne, SomersetElizabeth Gaylord, daughter a. 14 Crewkerne, Somerset
William Gaylord, Jr., son 12 Crewkerne, Somerset
Samuel Gaylord, son 10 Crewkerne, Somerset.6.A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #2Gascoyne - George, By: James Savage
7. The Great Migration Begins. citing Fourth Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. 1880. Dorchester Town Records (Boston 1883). Town Office; Bet 21 Jan 1632 And 2 Jan 1638; Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA.8. Prior to the institution of selectmen in Dorchester, William Gaylord was one of the four men to sign town orders, 21 January 1631/2 through 2 June 1634 [DTR 1-4, 6, 7]. Chosen selectman, 2 November 163 5 [DTR 13] (and attended meeting of 27 June 1636 as "Goo[dman] Gaylard" [DTR 16]); chosen selectman 2 January 1636/7, for a six month term [DTR 19]; chosen selectman 2 January 1637/8 [DT R 25]. Appointed assessor, 2 January 1636/7 [DTR 20]. Town Service; 3 Apr 1633; Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA.9.Ordered to build twenty feet of fence in the marsh, which implies ownership of one cow, 3 April 1633 [DTR 2]. Lands Recorded - Granted; Bet 1 Feb 1636 And 18 Mar 1638 ; Dorchester, Suffolk Co., MA . Granted two acres of meadow, 1 February 1635/6 [DTR 15]. Granted two acres of meadow near Goodman Greenway, 27 June 1636 [DTR 16]. Granted two lots, of five and a fraction acres each, in the Neck and in the Cow's Pasture, 18 March 1637/8 [DTR 31]. Granted Lot #76, six acres, in the meadow beyond Naponset [DTR 322].
Parents: George Hull (Bapt. 8-27-1590 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England to before 8-12-1659 in Fairfield, CT) and Thamazen Mitchell (around 1592 in Stockland, Dorsetshire Co., England to 7-11-1654 in Fairfield, CT)Married: 8-17-1614 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England
Children: Josias (Bapt. 11-16-1616), Marie (Bapt. 7-27-1618), Martha (Bapt. 10-24-1620), Elizabeth (Bapt. 10-16-1625), Cornelius (4-28 1628), Naomi, Joshua (11-5-1630)
Grandparents: Thomas Hull (about 1547 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England to 12-29-1635 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England) and Joan Peson (d. 11-30-1629 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England) Married: 1-11-1572/73 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England
Children: William, John, Mary (Bapt. 10-12-1577), Richard (Bapt. 11-29-1578 buried: 3-27-1587), Robert (Bapt. 11-8-1584 burial: 4-5-1597), Francis, Joseph, Agnes (Burial 2-11-1578/79), George (Bapt. 8-27-1590), Joseph (Bapt. 3-31-1594)
Great grandparents: Richard Hull (d. before 6-6-1559 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England) and Alice (d. after 10-12-1577 in Crewkerne, Somersetshire Co., England)
Children: Eleanor, James, William, Rainold, John, Thomas
1. Richard Hull, the grandfather of the 17th century immigrants George and the Rev. Joseph Hull , is the earliest known member of this Crewkerne, Somersetshire, England Hull Family. Richar d was probably born in the time period between 1500 and 1515, possibly in or near Crewkerne. The names of his parents remain unknown. It is thought that Richard had two wives, but th e name of his first wife has not been determined. It is believed that they married between 15 30 and 1535 and that she was the mother of the first four children of Richard. About 1550 Richard Hull married Alice, whose surname is unknown, and they were the parents of three sons (H ull Family Association Journal, Autumn 2001; p. 83).
According to the Hull Family Association the parish records terminate with this generation and no proof of the line beyond Richard.2. Will of Richard Hull: The following is an abstract of the will of Alice Hull. The original document was destroyed by fire at the Exeter probate registry.Archdeaconry of Taunton, book 3, folio 38. Richard Hull of Crokehorne, husbandman, dated 10 February 1558/59.
3. Will of Alice Hull: The following is an abstract of the will of Alice Hull. The original document was destroyed b y fire at the Exeter probate registry. Archdeaconry of Taunton. Alice Hull of Crewkerne, co. Somerset, widow, dated 12 October 1577.4. Notes for THOMAS HULL: According to one source [Our American Ancestry AUTHOR: Gates, Frederick Taylor PUBLICATION: 1928, Montclair, NJ] "The family of George Hull was in a quite poor financial state in England. When his father, Thomas Hull of Crewkerne, Somerset, died in 1636, he left an estate value d at 17 pounds, 7 shillings, 6 pence, of which 9 pounds, 2 shillings, 2 pence was in outstanding debts. After the funeral expenses had been paid there were only 2 pounds in cash. The hom e must have been hardly more than a hovel since it contained only a bed, 2 table boards, 1 ch est, 2 coffers, 1 chair, 1 other item of furniture, 1 skillet, and 1 pewter dish. (Somerset Record office MS Inventory of estate of Thomas Hull. The will was destroyed in the bombing o f Exeter in 1942, but the inventory, by accident, had not been moved to Exeter with other documents when the ecclesiastical courts were abolished in 1857.)"5.Sources: The Hull Family in America, Col Weygant; History of Middlesex County, Connecticut, w ith biographical sketches of its prominent men, Beers, J.B. & Co. - 1884; Some Notes on the W ellman and Bump families of Barry County Michigan, Harthy, Charles O. - 1992; Ancient Windsor - Stiles; Pioneers of Massachusetts, Pope, Charles Henry - 1900. Jacobus, History of Fairfield County; "The Mary & John" by Chas. Tuttle, 1971
6. St. Bartholomews in Crewkerne: On 11 January 1572/73, Thomas married Joanne Peson, daughter of Richard and Margery Peson.
Parents: Robert Mitchell
Parents: John Hawkes (d. 6-30-1662 in Hadley, Hampshire Co., MA) (Migrated to America in 1630 on the Winthrop Fleet) and Elizabeth (d. 9-20-1689 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT)
Children: John (Bapt. 8-13-1643), Nathaniel (Bapt. 2-16-1645), Elizabeth (Bapt. 1-10-1647), Anna (Bapt. 10-1-1648), Mary, Joanna (2-8-1654), Eliezer (12-20-1655), Sarah (9-29-1657), Gershom (8-12-1659)
1. A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692, Volume #2Haviland - Hayfield
By James Savage 2. Colonial Connecticut Records: Volume 1: April 1636 - April 1665: Hawkes, John; Pages: 167176204; In court Hartford CT.October 17, 1648; Juror Hartford Ct., March 1648 with Anthony Hawkes. [Brother?]. In Windsor 1649.
1820 Census for Justin Alexander, Newbury, Geauga Co., OH1-3-0-1-0-1-2-0-1-1-0-0-2-0-0
1840 Census for Justin Alexander, Newbury, Geauga Co., OH1 male 20-30, 1 male 60-701 female 60-70
1840 Census for Vincent Alexander, Newbury, Geauga Co., OH1 male 20-302 females Under 5, 1 female 20-30
1850 Census Report for Justin Alexander and Family for Newberry, Geauga Co., Ohio 164/167, August 31, 1850
Justin30MFarmer2000Vermont (Actually Newbury, Ohio)
1850 Census Report for Vincent Alexander and Family for Franklin, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin, Page 446.
Vincent Alexander40MaleFarmerL. Canada
Louisa2 months FemaleWisconsin
1870 Census Report for Vincent Alexander and Family for Taymouth, Saginaw Co., MI 115/114, Page 13
Vincent Alexander60MWFarmer1000/400CanadaFather was of foreign birthMother was of foreign birth
Mary53FWHousekeeperCanadaFather was of foreign birthMother was of foreign birth
Justin25MWFarm LaborerWisconsinFather was of foreign birthMother was of foreign birth
William14MWAttends SchoolOhioFather was of foreign birthMother was of foreign birth
Althea8FWAttends SchoolMichiganFather was of foreign birthMother was of foreign birth
Harriet Demic15FWDomestic ServantMichigan
1880 Census Report for Justin Alexander and Family for Taymouth, Saginaw Co., MI, 185D , ED #321, Page 12, Family 83
Justin AlexanderSelfMaleW33NYFarmerFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
Joana P. AlexanderWifeFemaleW23MIKeeping HouseFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
Charolette J. AlexanderDauFemaleW3MIFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
Mary Maud AlexanderDauFemaleW1MIFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
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Vincent AlexanderSelfMaleW69NYFarmerFather Born: VTMother Born: NY
Mary AlexanderWifeFemaleW62NYKeeping HouseFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
Altha E. AlexanderDauFemaleW18MIAt HomeFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
Charlotte J. AlexanderDauFemaleW3MIFather Born: NYMother Born: NY
1900 Census report for Taymouth Twp., Michigan for Justin Alexander and Family
Alexander JustinHeadWhiteMaleDecember 1846WisconsinCanadaOhio
IreneWifeWhiteFemaleDecember 1856MichiganNew YorkNew York
1920 Census report for Taymouth Twp., Michigan for Justin Alexander and Family
Alexander JustinHeadMaleWhite74WisconsinFather Born: CanadaMother Born: Ohio
IreneWifeFemaleWhite64MichiganFather Born: New YorkMother Born: New York
JamesSonMaleWhite27MichiganFather Born: WisconsinMother Born: Michigan
Sources are family records and an obituary on Irene Polly Alexander (1855-1943) from the Saginaw News on Thursday, May 6, 1943.
Lake County, Ohio Death Records Volume 2, Pages 14-17: Mentor Township Alexander, Justin,page14,Male, state of death 1898 Mar. 6,Married,age 78,place of death Mentor, O.,occupation Carpenter,father Justin Alexander, cause of death Suffocation, residence Mentor, Ohio.
Lake County, Ohio Death Records Volume 2, Pages 14-17: Mentor Township Alexander, Justin,page14,Male, state of death 1898 Mar. 6,Married,age 78,place of death Mentor, O.,occupation Carpenter,father Justin Alexander, cause of death Suffocation, residence Mentor, Ohio.
Mentor Township Lake County, Ohio
Mentor Cemetery Section 8B Rows 1-9
NameSection Row Stone #
Alexander, Nancy M. Smith
Inscription Symbols Comments
[S face] Justin Alexander/ Apr. 29, 1820 - Mar. 6, 1898/ Nancy M. Smith/ his wife/ Dec. 1, 18 22 - Mar. 6, 1898/ Alexander leaf decs Monument between rows 7 and 8 facing south
A special thanks goes to Janice McAlpin (email@example.com) for the ancestry of Justin Alexander of Taymouth Township, Michigan.
Certified Copy of Record of Death, State of Michigan, County of Saginaw states the birth and death dates as well as places for Justin Alexander.