Anna Orvis (m. Jonathan Sartle Alexander)
Parents: William Orvis (5-15-1710 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT d. 6-14-1774 in West Brattleboro, Winham Co., VT) and Anna Petty(8-9-1713 in Coventry, Toland Co., CT to 8-19-1746 in Northfield, Franklin Co., MA) Married: 11-7-1734 in Northfield, MA
Children: Mercy (11-12-1735), Samuel (3-10-1737), William (5-8-1740 to 1-11-1801 in Dummerston, VT), Rachel (3-15-1741/42), Rachel (12-20-1743), Anna (3-4-1746)
Grandparents: Samuel Orvis (d. 1734 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT) and Rachel Andrus (7-11-1686 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT to after 1738)Married: 9-5-1707 in Farmington, Hartford Co., CT
Children: Ruth, Gad, Eunice (10-24-1708), William (5-15-1710), Charles (10-11-1711), Samuel (8-26-1713), Deborah (6-10-1715), Mercy (4-24-1717), Gershom (8-28-1719), Dinah (5-13-1721), Silioma (6-17-1723), Azubah (11-22-1725), Oliver (about 1727)
Great grandparents: Samuel Orvis (5-1653 in Farmington, CT to after 1709 in Farmington, CT) and Deborah
Children: Samuel, Martha, Sarah, Margaret, Anna, Deborah (4-17-1681)
2 great grandparents: George Orvis (b. around 1620 in England d. 4-27-1664 in Farmington, Hartford Co., CT) and Elizabeth (d. after 4-6-1694 in Farmington, Hartford Co., CT)
Children: Samuel (5-1653), Hannah (4-1655), Roger (6-1657), Ebenezer (3-18-1659), Margaret (6-1661), Mary (6-1663)
http://genforum.genealogy.com/orvis/messages/359.htmlhttp://genforum.genealogy.com/orvis/messages/359.html (Julia Joaquin)
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.
http://genforum.genealogy.com/orvis/messages/358.htmlhttp://genforum.genealogy.com/orvis/messages/358.html (Barry Wood)Anna Orvis was born 4 May 1746 in Northfield, Mass., daughter of William and Anna (______) Orvis. Was she not the first wife of Rev. war soldier Jonathan Sartle (Sartwell) Alexander (b. 1749 at Ft. Dummer)?
According to papers in the pension file, Jonathan married his second wife Bathsheba [(Rice) Hager] in 1792, so it would seem that Anna (Orvis) Alexander died around 1790 or 1791.
Also, does anyone know the maiden name of Anna (______) Orvis, the mother of Anna (Orvis) Alexander? The mother died 19 August 1746, when Anna (Orvis) Alexander was just three months old.
Parents: Joseph Petty (9-29-1672 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA to 1746 in Northampton, MA) and Sarah Edwards (5-8-1678 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA 10-4-1754 in Deerfield, MA) Married: June 22, 1703 in Northfield, Franklin Co., MA
Children: Sarah (m. Ashabel Stebbins), Joseph (1709 to abt. 5-31-1748 in Deerfield, MA), Anna (m. William Orvis) (8-9-1713 in Coventry, CT)
Grandparents: John Petty (d. 3-8-1680 in Springfield, MA) and Anna Canning Married: March 30, 1662 in Boston, MA
Children: James (3-25-1662 at Windsor, CT), John (11-9-1666), Hannah (12-11-1667 to 1-1-1668), Mary (3-30-1670), Joseph (9-27- 1672, went to Northfield, m. first, Elizabeth EDWARDS, and second, Sarah EDWARDS), Anna (5-19-1675 d. May 12, 1691), Ebenezer (October 28, 1678, was living in Springfield in 1731) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Subj: Breakthrough on Anna PettyDate: 12/23/2004 9:16:17 AM Eastern Standard TimeFrom: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have consulted with the woman who wrote "The Three Wives of William Orvis of Northfield, MA: Anna Petty, Martha Severance, and Elizabeth Alexander" and she pointed me in the right direction. William actually married a younger cousin of the Anna I had listed. Ther right Anna was the daughter of Joseph Petty and Sarah Edwards. The right Anna was born 9 Aug 1713 Conventry, Toland Co., CT. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, published quarterly by The New Englan d Historic Genealogical Society.
APRIL, 2000 - VOL 154, WHOLE # 614. The Three Wives of William Orvis of Northfield, MA: Anna Petty, Martha Severance, and Elizabeth Alexander.
2. History of Deerfield, Volume II, by George Sheldon, Published by E. A. Hall & Co., Greenfield, MA, 1896, p. 261.
3. History of the Town of Northfield, Massachusetts, by J. H. Temple and George Sheldon, published by Joel Munsell, 82 State St., Albany, N.Y., 1875, p. 514.
Notes for JOHN PETTY: SPRINGFIELD BIOGRAPHICAL AND GENEALOGICAL, Page 3SOURCE: The First Century of the History of Springfield, by Henry M. Burt, Vol. II, 1899; Pag es 587-621
John PETTY and wife, Ann, came to Springfield in 1665. Savage says her name was Ann CANNING , and that they were married at Boston, March 30, 1662. He died March 8, 1680, and his wido w married Samuel OWEN, September 5, 1681. Their children were:--
James, b. March 25, 1662, at Windsor, m. Mary LAWTON.John, b. November 9, 1666, m. Mary TAYL OR.Hannah, b. December 11, 1667, d. January 1, 1668.Mary, b. March 27, 1670, m. Thomas TAYL OR. Joseph, b. September 27, 1672, went to Northfield, m. first, Elizabeth EDWARDS, and second, Sarah EDWARDS. Anna, b. May 19, 1675, d. May 12, 1691.Child, s. b. June 23, 1677.Ebenezer, b. October 28, 1678, was living in Springfield in 1731.
[Petty Papers]"Probably the first in America was Joseph Pettee/Petty Weymouth, MA 1639 father ofSamuel and Simon. Simonsettled nearWalpole, MA and was father of Samuel, Ebenezer, Eleazer & John. Before 1662 John Petty settled at Windsor, CT then Boston, MA, then Springfield M A. He m 1662 Ann Canning: James, Hannah, John, Mary, Joseph, Ann and Ebenezer. The son James m Mercy Lawton Springfield MA in 1683; John m 1693 Mercy Taylor. About 1677 Peter Petty liv ed at Salem MA; another Peter lived at Haverhill MA 1680. William Petty & Elizabeth emigrate d from Eng to NJ bef 1678 Revolutionary War: Andrew, Daniel, David of NJ; William of VA; Corp orals Ebenezer & Joseph, Lt Thomas, Cpt Rueben and Benjamin and 16 privates from MA."[Pett y Papers]John Petty married Ann Canning in 1662 (Gov. Endicott performed the ceremony).
Parents: Abraham Andrus (d. between 7-1-1729 and 12-31-1729 in Waterbury, CT) and Rachel (Carrington?)
Children: Rebecca (12-16-1672), Mary (3-10-1674/75), Hannah (9-8-1678), Abraham (10-14-1680), Sarah (3-16-1682/83), Rachel (7-11-1686), John (7-16-1688), Thomas (3-6-1693/94)
Grandparents: Francis Andrus (d. after 6-16-1662 in Fairfield, CT) and Anna
Children: John, Thomas, Hannah, Elizabeth, Mary, Esther, Abraham, Rebecca, Jeremiah, Ruth
1. "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield", by Donald L. Jacobus, 1930.(relayed via Fidonet email Jan 4, 1992 from James Davis)p. 20 "ANDREWS, Abraham (deputy 1712 Waterbury) settled in Farmington, d. 1729 m. Rebecca ("Andrews Memorial" calls her dau of John Carrington). Moved to Waterbury.Children: Rebecca, Ma ry, Hannah, Abraham, Sarah, Rachel, John & Thomas. Mary, b. 10 MAR1674/5, m. Apr 1693, Daniel WARNER.
2.Anderson's "The Town and City of Waterbury, Conn , Volume I" Family Records appendix (Volum e I. Appendix pp 8-9, 161).3. "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield", by Donald L. Jacobus, 1930.
p. 18 "ANDREWS, Francis, settled in Hartford 1639, moved to Fairfield. Will dated 6 June 1662 , proved 5 MAR 1662/3. (possibly a brother of William of Hartford and John of Farmington. Wif e, Anna. m 2. before 1674 _______Smith. Children:Hannah, Eliz, John, Thomas, Mary, Esther, Rebecca, Jeremiah, Abraham, & Ruth
4. Gen. and Family History of the State of Connecticut, 1911. pp.913-914.Torrey, Clarence Almon. New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Genealogical Publishing Co., Bal timore, Md., 1985. p. 17.
5. "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield", by Donald L. Jacobus, 1930.6. A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692Volume #1, Pgs 4 4 - 53Allyn - Andrews,
By James Savage.7. History and Genealogy of the Families Of Old Fairfield Vol. 1. Author Donald Lines Jacobus, p ublished by Tuttle, Morehouse &Taylor Company, in Conn. 1930.
History and Genealogy of the Families Of Old Fairfield Vol. 1. Author Donald Lines Jacobus, published by Tuttle, Morehouse&Taylor Company, in Conn. 1930.
RESIDENCE: Waterbury, New Haven, CTBIRTH: ABT 1650, Waterbury, New Haven, CT DEATH: ABT 1729 , Waterbury, New Haven, CT
More on Rebecca (Carrington?) who married Abraham Andrus: The Andrews Memorial calls her dau. of John Carrington, of which we have not seen evidence; but if true, she must have been sister of John of Waterbury, and presumably dau. of the John w ho was executed for witchcraft.
"Rebecca Carrington was the daughter of John Carrington and Joan who both are believed to to be the John and Joan Carrington who were hung in Salem in March 1651 of witchcraft (this wa s actually before the Salem Witch Trials of 1692). The source: Drake, Frederick C. "Witchcraft Colonies, 1647-62" American Quarterly 20 (1968). What is uncertain is that this John Carrington may have actually been her brother." History & Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, Vol I. Compiled by Donald Lines Jacobus, M.A. Pub for the Eunice Dennie Burr Chapter DAR , Fairfield, CT 1930. Pgs. 17, 565, 566, & 567.
"The Orvis Family in America": Samuel Orvis b. 10/25/1685. Married Rachel Andrus of Waterbury, who was b. 7/11/1686, daughter of Abraham and Rebecca (Carrington) Andrus.)"John and Joan Carrington, grandparents of Rachel Andrus, were both tried for witchcraft, found guilty and probably hanged in 1651 or 1652 . The witchcraft trial was at Hartford, Conn., March, 1651 or 1652, forty years before the Salem Witchcraft shambles."
Parents: Samuel Edwards (3-7-1643 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA 4-13-1712 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA) and Sarah Boykin (1-18-1645 in Springfield, MA d. 8-15-1724 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA) Married: May 15, 1675 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts
Children: Samuel (3-26-1676), Sarah (5-8-1678), Abigail (1-7-1681), Hannah (6-6-1683), Nathaniel (10-21-1685), Ruth (4-26-1688)
Vol. II, pp. 740-742 of Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, edited by Cuyler Reynolds (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911).He married, May 15, 1675, Sarah, daughter of Jarvis Corlin, and had Samuel, Sarah, Abigail, Hannah, Nathaniel, see forward, and Ruth.
http://www.orrin.org/edwards/http://www.orrin.org/edwards/: Samuel Edwards married Sarah Boykin, the daughter of Jaruis Boykin of New Haven on May 16th, 1675. Samuel died on April 13, 1712. Sarah died on August 15, 1724.
Samuel had the following children:
* Samuel Jr (b. March 26, 1676) (d. March 8, 1749)
* Sarah (b. May 8, 1678) (d. ) (m. Joseph Pettey 1703)
* Abigail (b. January 7, 1681) (d. April 8, 1733) (m. Willian Holton 1706)
* Hannah (b. June 6, 1683) (d. ) (m. Eliphalet Pardee 1703)
* Nathaniel (b. October 21, 1685) Nathaniel was killed by Indians on August 26, 1924 near Bartlett's Mill.
* Ruth (b. April 26th 1688) (d. May 24, 1724) (m. John Keet 1719)
"History of Northampton" (1898) by James Russell Trumbull
"Ancient Days Recalled" October 31, 1910 in the Hampshire Gazette
"Northampton, MA - Deaths in Vital Records to 1840"
"Northampton, MA - Marriages from first record to 1840"
"New England Historical & Genealogical Register" various volumes
"The USGenWeb Project" (http://www.usgenweb.org/)
A large variety of clippings and family bible notes were also used.
Also thanks to the Forbes Library Genealogy staff for their help while visiting Northampton.
Grandparents: Alexander Edwards (c.1620 in Wales to 9-4-1690 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA) and Sarah Baldwin (c. 1617 in Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire Co., England to 10-3-1690 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA) Married: April 28, 1642 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA
Children: Samuel (3-7-1643), Hannah (4-18-1644), Joseph (8-8-1647), Mary (6-20-1649), Benjamin (6-24-1652), Sarah (11-21-1654), Nathaniel (6-25-1657), Elizabeth (2-22-1659/60)
[This information is from Vol. II, pp. 701-702 of Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, edited by Cuyler Reynolds (New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1911). It is in SCPL's Reference collection at R 929.1 R45]
The founder of the family in America was Alexander Edwards, born in Wales, came to America in 1640, and settled in Springfield, Massachusetts. In 1655 he removed to Northampton, Massachusetts, where he died September 4, 1690. He married, in Springfield, April 28, 1642, Mrs. Sarah (Baldwin) Searle, widow of John Searle. Children: Samuel, Hannah, Joseph, Mary, Benjamin , Sarah, Nathaniel and Elizabeth; all married and reared families.
Embarked at Bristol, settled in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1640.
Book: History of Northampton, Mass. from its settlement. by James Russell Trumbull, 1825 - 18 99 F 74.N86 T8 at the Minnesota Historical Society.
States that Alexander was one of the 4 people that financed the first grist mill in Northampton, MA. There was a wide spread disease that caused fever and ague in 1688 to 1690 that cause d the death of Alexander and many other settlers of Northampton.
Pioneers of Massachusetts by Charles Henry pope on page 152 states as follows:
Edwards, Alexander, Springfield, Prop. 1643; town officer. He m. 28 (2) 1642, Sarah Searle, widow. Ch. Samuel b. 7 (1) 1642-3, Hanna b. 18 (12) 1644, Joseph b. 8 (1) 1647, Mary b. 20 (11 ) 1649, Benjamin b. 24 (4) 1652, Sarah b. 21 (9) 1654.Will dated 30 Aug., inv. taken 24 Oct 1690, Beq. to sons Samuel, Benjamin and Nathaniel, daus. Mary Field and Elizabeth Clark; t o Sarah North, and John and Samuel Davis; wife to be well cared for.
According to "Field Genealogy," Vol. I, pg. 115, Alexander Edwards came from Wales to New England in 1640 and settled first in Springfield, MA. He removed to Northampton in 1655 and die d 4 Sept. 1690. He married the widow of John Searle, an immigrant from England to Springfield , Sarah Baldwin Embarked at Bristol, settled in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1640. Alexander was one of the 4 people that financed the first grist million Northampton, MA and also owned stock in a lead mine. His first house lot was later part of the homestead of Gov Caleb Strong. In 1660 he moved and his land included where Plymouth Hall and Forbes Library stand. It w as within the palisades erected against the Indians. He contributed 5 acres to be used by the pastor. He signed the covenant for the new church in 1661. In 1673 he contributed 8 pound s of flax for Harvard College. There was a wide spread disease that caused fever and ague in 1688 to1690 that caused the death of Alexander and almost 50 other settlers of Northampton.
Parents: Richard Baldwin (d. between 5-20-1630 and 5-16-1633 in Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire Co., England) and Isabel
Children: Mary (c.1602), Timothy (c.1604), Hannah (c.1607), Joseph (c.1609), Nathaniel (c.1612), Christian (c.1614), Sarah (c.1617)
J. L. Chester, in his research concerning the Baldwins of Aston Clinton. See N. E. H. and G. R., 38. On page 164 he gives the substance of the will of a Richard Baldwin of Cholsbury, weaver, dated 23 May, 1630; the will was proved by his son Timothy 16 May, 1633. He names hi s wife Isabell; sons, Timothy, Nathaniel, and Joseph; daughter, Mary Pratt, and her daughter Mary, "+ her other 2 children"; daughter Hannah, "+ my other 2 daughters Christian and Sarah." Now there were three Baldwins, Timothy, Nathaniel, and Joseph, in New Haven and later i n Milford. They were associated both in New Haven and in Milford with the family of Sylvester Baldwin who came from Aston Clinton, the family having lands in Cholsbury near-by. The identity of names, especially when one of them is the unusual name of Timothy--a unique occurrence in the Baldwin family of Aston Clinton--the association with another branch of the family w ith whom doubtless they were intimate in England--these considerations make the identification seem certain. The ages of the children are not known, though Joseph, Christian, and Sarah a re under twenty-one.
Parents: Jarvis Boykin (d. before 1-23-1660 in New Haven, CT) and Isabel
Children: Nathaniel (9-1641), Bethia (4-30-1643), Sarah (1-18-1645)
THE PERSONNEL OF THE PLANTATION. CHAPTER VIII, p. 146
Jarvis Boykin, a carpenter by trade, was the next proprietor on College Street. He came from the town of Charing in Kent, and had resided two or three years in Charlestown, Mass., befo re he joined the company which settled at Quinnipiac.
THE SACKETTS OF AMERICA THEIR ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS 1630-1907 By CHARLES H. WEYGANT, NEW BURGH, N. Y. 1907
JARVIS BOYKIN, colonist, came from Charington in Kent, England, to Charlestown, Mass., in the year 1635. In 1639 he removed to New Haven, Conn., where in April, 1643, his daughter Bethia was married to James Denison.
Jarvis, a carpenter of Thanington (Channington), England, came to New England on the Hercules in 1637. He first came to Charleston, Mass. with one servant where he was a proprietor of that town. Shortly after their arrival at Boston in 1637 on the Hector, Theophilus Eaton and John Davenport traveled south to view the area around Long Island Sound. Among those who traveled with them, or subsequently joined them, were a group of men from Charleston includinJarvis Boykin. On June 4, 1639, Jarvis Boykin assented to the Fundamental Agreement of the New Haven Colony and became one of 54 men recognized as Founders of New Haven.
Jarvis was a Corporal of the New Haven Train Band in 1652 and of the New Haven Colonial Troop in June, 1654. Listed as a Sergeant of the Train Band in August of 1657.
The inventory of his estate, taken Jan. 23, 1660/61, by John Nash and William Pecke, was Ð17 3-02-02.
Isabel, his wife, survived him and we have the following record: he will of the widow Jones, made shortly after the death of Isabel, bequeathed to, among others, Sarah and Nathaniel Boykin.
NEHGR, Ralph Crandall and Ralph Coffman, "From Emigrants to Rulers: The Charlestown Oligarch y in the Great Migration", 131(1977):23.
Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 237.
NEHGR, "Emigrants in the Hercules of Sandwich", 15(1861):29.