Abigail DIBBLE (daughter of Samuel Dibble and Abigail Graves) was born 19 Jan 1666 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT, and died Aft. 1725.She married George Hayes, son of Robert Hayes and Margaret MALSTER. Notes for Abigail DIBBLE: Abigail Dibble b. 19 January 1666/67, d. after 5 October 1725 Pedigree Relationship=9th great-grandmother of Norbert Raymond Bankert II. Appears on charts: Ancestors of Norbert Raymond Bankert Abigail Dibble was born on 19 January 1666/67 in Stamford, Conn..1,2,3 She was the daughter of Samuel Dibble and Abigail Graves. She married, at age 16, George Hayes on 29 August 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..4 She died after 5 October 1725 when she exhibits her husbands will.5 Children of Abigail Dibble and George Hayes: Abigail Hayesb. 31 Aug 1684, d. a 1725 Daniel Hayes+b. 26 Apr 1686, d. 23 Sep 1756 Sarah Hayes+b. 22 Jan 1686/87, d. a 1725 Mary Hayesb. 6 Jan 1689/90, d. a 1725 Joanna Hayes+b. 2 Oct 1692, d. a 1780 George Hayes+b. 9 Mar 1694/95, d. c 1765 William Hayes+b. 13 Jun 1697 Samuel Hayes+b. 1699, d. a Mar 1787 Thankful Hayes+b. 1701, d. 15 May 1771 Benjamin Hayes+b. c 1703, d. 19 Oct 1744 Dorothy Hayes+b. 23 Apr 1706 Citations [S24] New York Historical Society Collections, Abstract of Wills, Vol 1, 1665-1707, 53, Wm Graves of Newton, Long Island, leaves land and goods to "my grandchild, Abigail Dibble, now living in Connecticutt.". [S48] Wyllys Papers, Transcript , 26, Thomas Steadwell's testimony shows the birth of a child to Samuel and Abigail (Graves) Dibble in Stamford on Saturday morning. This Saturday is the 19'th of January, 1666/7 and is the daughter, Abigail, whose birth Samuel Dibble later recorded in Windsor. [S100] NEHGR, Norbert R. Bankert, "More on the Identity of Abigail (Graves) Dibble, and Her Tragic Death and Suspicions of Witchcraft", 155(2001):278 . [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 3. [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 2:523. Children of Abigail DIBBLE and George Hayes are:
+Samuel Hayes, b. 1699, Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut, d. Aft. Mar 1787.