Sorry, I didn't realize there was a reply.Here's what I have in my file:
(5) Joseph “Jasper” Mallory c 1756 unknown place of birth d 8 Aug 1785 ae 29 Milford, Ct. (Mortality List of Samuel Marshal of Milford, and Milford Vital Records) = Susannah Pond bp 18 Sept 1757 Second Church (Plymouth) Milford Ctd 17 Feb 1812 Litchfield, Ct ae 56 years (Records from the Second Church “Plymouth” of Milford) (NOTE: Susannah was probably named after her aunt, Susannah Hubbard b c 1727 who had died about 10 years before Susannah Pond was born.)(Peter “Perez” Pond 22 Jan 1718 d 1765 Detroit MI =1739 Milford Ct Mary Hubbard 19 Feb 1723 bp 5 Mar 1723 Boston d 17 Jun 1761 in childbirth with son Jedediah Hubbard Pond who died several months later, unmarked grave of infant of right age can be found next to marked grave of Mary Hubbard Pond Milford Cem Milford Ct) (Samuel Pond 4 Mar 1648 Windsor Hartford Co Ct d 30 Jan 1718 Guilford Ct = 5 Jan 1669 Brandford New Haven CT by Rev Abraham Pierson Miriam Blatchley 1 May 1653 d c 1720 Boston MA) (Samuel Pond c 1609 Groton Suffolk Co England =18 Nov 1642 Windsor Hartford Co Ct Sarah Ware 17 Jan 1617 Wretham MA d 6 Jul 1665 Branford New Haven Ct) (Robert Pond 1592 Groton Suffolkd 27 Oct 1637 Dorchester Suffolk MA = 18 Nov 1612 Mary____ d c 1637 Dorchester Suffolk MA) (William Pond (Jr) 1570 Groton Suffolk England d 27 Oct 1637 Dorchester Suffolk MA =1590 Judith Gordon c 1570/5 d c 1620 England) (John Ponder c 1550 = Johanne) (John Ponder 1500 England d 6 Apr 1651Braintree England = Elizabeth___) (John Ponder d 5 Jun 1520 London England = Joan (Burton) Winthrop, widow of Adam Winthrop, ggrandparents of Gov John Winthrop) (Roger Ponder 1450 England d 26 Oct 1520 Lavenham Suffolk England = Elizabeth___)(Zachariah Hubbard c 1690 d 31 Mar 1769 Greenfield Fairfield Ct = (1) 5 May 1722 by Benjamin Coleman Boston Suffolk MA Mary Hobby 18 Feb 1702 Province House Boston MA d 1731 Boston MA) (NOTE: Zachariah married (2) 18 May 1832 Boston MA Sarah Kingsman) (Sr Charles Hobby 1665 Boston 1660 d 1715 London England Was second in command at the taking of Port Royal. He was nominated for Gov of Mass but was denied, likely because he was only a Colonel = Elizabeth ____c 1673 England bur 17 Nov 1716 England) (William Hobby c 1634 d 24 Aug 1713 Boston MA = Ann___d 22 Jun 1709 Boston MA) (Note: Zachariah Hubbard c 1690 MA of Branford New Haven Ct, s of Thomas Hubbard I 1653 d 7 Nov 1717 Boston bur lot 158 Granary Burying Ground, Tremont St Boston MA =c 1675 MA Mary Tuthill c 1660 d 20 Aug 1720 bur Granary Burying Ground, Tremont St Boston MA) (John Tuthill c 1630 of Devonshire Englandd < 1704 near Boston MA (1687?) = Mary___c 1637 d 19 Sep 1704 ae 67 Boston MA Granary Yard Boston MA (= 10 Feb 1647 Mary Holyoke?) (Richard Tuttle c 1593 Ringstead d 8 May 1640 Boston MA=(2) 19 Jun 1622 Barnwell St Andrew Northamptonshire ENG Ann Taylor) (symon Toothill c 1560 ringstead Northampshire ENG = Isabell Wells) (Richard, Thomas Totehill) (NOTE: Susannah’s brothers, Peter, Charles, Zacchariah, Phineas and a Bartholomew Pond all fought in the French and Indian Wars)
Notes for RICHARD TUTTLE: TUTTLE The word Tuthill, meaning a conical hill, is of remote antiquity in England. From one or more places named Tuthill, the surname Tuthill (or Tuttle) is derived, after a prevalent custom in the twelfth century and later, when surnames came into use in England. The family has been especially prominent in Devonshire, England. In 1635 three families of this name came to America in the ship "Planter," from the parish of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. John, Richard and William Tuttle, the heads of these three families, were doubtless brothers. Richard, aged forty-two, settled in Boston, where he died May 8, 1640.
ii. JOHN TUTTLE, b. Abt. 1625, England; d. 1687; m. MARY HOLYOKE, February 10, 1646/47.
Charles Pond was born in 1744 to Peter and Mary Pond of Milford, Connecticut. Not wishing to learn a trade he followed the sea at an early age and prospered. Around the age of 24 or 25 he fell in love with and married Martha Miles. In 1775 when the news of the Battle of Bunker Hill reached Milford, Pond quickly enlisted with many other Milford men to march to Boston in aid of the colonists. He was commissioned an ensign in Captain Peter Perit's company of Colonel Charles Webb's regiment, the 7th line. On the 14th of September 1775 the regiment was ordered by Washington to the Boston camp where it formed a portion of General Sullivan's Brigade at Winter Hill and he remained there during the Siege of Boston.
In January, 1776 he was promoted to First Lieutenant in the same company which was in the same regiment where Nathan Hale was a captain. In May of 1776, Pond, who was a skillful sailor was probably detached for temporary service at sea, took command of the sloop Schuyler at Norwalk. During the summer the Schuyler and the sloop Montgomery cruised from Sandy Hook to Montauk Point. On June 19th Pond reported to Washington the capture off Fire Island of an English merchantman with a valuable cargo which Washington in turn was gratified to report to Congress. The Montgomery and the Schuyler at time cruising in company, slipped by the British watchdogs and about September 3rd slipped into New London Harbor. A few days later both reported at Norwalk. Nathan Hale would find them there on his arrival. It was from the Schuyler that Hale landed on the Huntington, Long Island shore on the secret mission that resulted in Hale's execution as a spy.
Pond was with General George Washington when he crossed the Delaware River on December 25, 1776. He was at the Battle of White Plains and at the Battle of Princeton on January 3, 1777. He received a commission as a captain dating from January 1, 1777. He was then with Return J. Meigs. This regiment was at Peekskill in the summer of 1777 under General Putnam's command from August to October and wintered at West Point assisting there in constructing redoubts. During the summer of 1777 Pond was with Washington at White Plains.
He resigned his command in the army April 20, 1779 for the purpose of taking command of the war vessel New Defense that Connecticut was building for defense of its coast. Soon engaging the enemy, a large English brig of war off the coast of Sandy Hook, New York, the smaller New Defense her captain, officers, and crew fought determinedly at close quarters for more than an hour. The sails and rigging were so cut by the round and grape shot of the enemy that the little brig became unmanageable and was forced to surrender. A few days later, she arrived in New York where the captain and first lieutenant were soon exchanged.
Captain Charles Pond continued to annoy the enemy in the "whale boat service" as it was termed until the close of the Revolution and received the approval of his superiors for his activity and persistence. On his gravestone in Milford Cemetery he is inscribed as "Liberty's Friend".
When a Children of the American Revolution society was being formed in Milford, they did not deliberate long in the choice of a patriot to honor. Thus on October 23, 1922 the Captain Charles Pond Society was born!
(Note: Rev Job Prudden was pastor of Second Church of Milford at time Susannah was bp.His grandfather, Rev Peter Prudden was first pastor of First Church of Milford.Rev Peter Prudden was succeeded by Rev Roger Newton in 1660.Susanna married first, Joseph Mallory, and second, Ezra Camp (Josiah Camp bp 8 Jun 1727= 7 Apr 1762 Second Church Milford Ct Elizabeth Gunn c 1734) (LT Samuel Gunn 25 Aug 1701 Milford Ct= Sarah Clark 21 Aug 1706) (Capt Samuel Gunn, Esq 15 Jan 1670 Milford New Haven Ct= Mercy Smith) (Jobamah Gunn 1637= Sarah Lane c 1642 Milford) (DR Jasper Gunn c 1606 =< 1633 Christian/ Mary) (Ezra Camp = Mary Rogers). (Barbara Farris, Camp family historian)“Rev Roger Newton, a near relative of Sir Isaac Newton, was born in England and graduated at Harvard College, and was settled at Milford 22 Aug 1660.The old church record says, “He was ordained by the laying on of ye hands of Zacchariah Whitman, elder, John Fletcher, deacon, and Mr John Treat, magistrate – though not magistrate and deacon, but as appointed by ye church to join with ye ruling in laying hands in the name of ye church.He died the 7th of Jun 1683.”The Graves of Milford by Rev MN Olmstead, The Ladies Repository vol 17, Issue 5, Methodist Episcopal Church, Cincinnati, May 1857Susannah (Pond) Mallory and Ezra Camp had the following: child unk, Susannah Camp 1791 d Litchfield 4 Nov 1816 age 25 years; Julia Ann Camp 1795 d 13 Feb 1812 Litchfield age 17 years; 4 days before Susannah died.
RE: Tuttle or Tuthill:
The spelling of names back then was quite variable, but some records are perhaps more reliable than others.The Mary TUTTLE born in the 1660's in Boston was the daughter of John TUTHILL & his wife Mary, maiden name unknown.John is often listed as John TUTTLE, but the Bolton American Armory lists his coat of arms under TUTHILL, which was the more common spelling for the Devonshire family lines.John's son Zechariah used the name TUTTLE, and his arms are listed that way in the Gore Roll of Arms.
Mary TUTTLE (1660s - 20-Aug-1720) married Thomas HUBBARD, by my sources; there is a marriage between a William HUBBARD and a Mary TUTTLE, but she was born in Nov-1856.Mary Tuttle of the 1660s and Thomas Hubbard are listed as the parents of John Hubbard (married 25-Nov-1714 to Elizabeth (Peck) GOOCH) and of Zachariah Hubbard.
I'm not sure if that answers your question, exactly.I don't have any information on the Hubbard lines to know whether there was a William Hubbard in Boston in the right timeframe.The Mary TUTTLE who was born 28-Apr-1653 was a different family line entirely.She was born in Rumney Marsh (now Quincy), MA, the daughter of John TUTTLE born c1625 in Ringstead, Northamptonshire, granddaughter of Richard Tuttell & Ann Taylor.She married Caleb CARTER on 4-Dec-1678 in Charlestown, MA, and died there in 27-Feb-1727.David B Tuttle firstname.lastname@example.org email of 2/26/2003
“In re: Joseph Mallory, …Susan Woodruff Abbott’s Families of Early Milford, Conn. 1979 in a section “Unplaced Mallorys, … “he died 8 Aug 1785 ae 29.The reference is “SM” which is the Mortality List of Samuel Marshall of Milford.There are two entries above Joseph in the Abbott work, Amos Mallory drafted in the Army, and David Mallory drafted into the Army.These two brothers were sons of Moses Mallory, and served in Pond’s Company formed in Milford.Capt Charles Pond was Susannah’s brother. Jasper Mallory, d. Aug. 8, 1785, AE 29 Vol. SM Page 29. Barbour Collection
In the Camp section of the Abbott book it merely says, under the Ezra Camp entry, that he married (2nd) Susannah Pond, bp 18 Sep 1757 Second Church Milford, dau of Peter and Mary (Hubbard.) And, “did she marry (1st) Joseph Mallory?” In the Pond section, Abbott does give the same info on Susannah and says she did marry (1st) Joseph Mallory and (2nd) Ezra Camp.”Richard Pratt, Milford Municipal Historian, email 11 Jun 2001.
Note: Susannah Pond was likely baptized by Pastor Prudden of the Second Church (Plymouth) of Milford.Prudden was grandson of Rev Peter Prudden who founded Milford in 1639 and who was succeeded by Rev Roger Newton in 1660. Roger Newton was ancestor of Harriet L Newton who married Susannah’s son Jasper Mallory.
Newton, Rev. Roger,Founders Cemetery Milford Ct
(FIrst Pastor of Farmington, 1645 - 1657),
(Second Pastor of Milford, 1660 - 1683),
(Died June 7, 1683.)
(A Good Minister of Jesus Christ.)
Newton, Mary Hooker, wife of Rev. Roger. died Feb. 4, 1675. Milford Ct Milford Ct
Note: “John Ponder, Ponde, or Pond, of Lavenham, kinsman and divisee of Roger Ponder, Ponde, or Pond, of Great Waldyyngfeld, 1507, will proved in Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 4th July, 1520; m. Joan Burton, widow of Adam Winthrop, the great-grandfather of Gov. John Winthrop.John and Samuel Pond, who came with Gov. Winthrop in 1630, were, probably, direct in descent from the above.Samuel Pond, who came with Gov. Winthrop in 1630, d. 14 Mar 1654; m 14th Nov 1642, Sarah Ware, at Windsor Conn.”Colonial Families of the United States
Information on Susannah Pond's daughters with Ezra Camp come from the Mallory family bible.