CONNECTICUT
GENEALOGY EXPRESS

A Part of Genealogy Express

 

Welcome to
Middlesex County, Connecticut

History & Genealogy

Headstone Inscriptions
Revolutionary War Soldiers
Clinton Cemetery
Town of Clinton

BUELL, David, b. 1762, d. Feb. 1, 1838
Pensioner: 1843 (C. R. 6631)
BUELL, Hiel, b. 1764, d. Feb. 10, 1851
Military: Flotilla of Gunboats
BUELL, Jedediah, b. Killingworth, Ct., Sep. 2, 1739, d. there Oct. 6, 1818
Md. Esther Wilcox, b. May 14, 1742, d/o Abel & Martha (Stevens) Wilcox
Military: Elected Lieut. 1776 (24101) served 7th Regt., Conn. Militia
BUELL, Job, Sr., b. Feb. 10, 1725, d. Mar. 1, 1791

s/o Samuel & Abigail (Crittendon) Buel,
Res. Killingworth
Md. (2) Saray Murray, b. Apr. 1, 1733, d. Feb. 16, 1818.
Military: Pvt. Lexington Alarm 1775
BUELL, Reuben, b. 1719, d. Sep. 16, 1802,
Military: Lexington Alarm 1775
CARTER, Joseph, 1731, d. Apr. 21, 1808
Military: Capt. Beneleel Bristol's Co.
CHITTENDEN, b. 1737, d. Jul. 10, 1841,
Pensioner: 1840 (C. R. 6641)
ELDENKI, Elisha, b. 1757, d. Jul. 10, 1841, Capt. Prentice's Co.
GRIFFING, Daniel, Capt., b. May 12, 1736, d. Jun. 22, 1822
s/o Samuel & Elizabeth (Landon) Griffing
Md. 1758, Martha Case, b. Jun. 13, 1737,
had 9 Children
Military: Soon after battle of Lexington he was in Continental Army as Capt. of company of 76 men; was with 3rd N.Y. Regt. under Col. James Clinton; left Army 1777, settled at Killingworth.  After burning of New London by Arnold, he removed to Saybrook.
GALE, Benjamin, b. Dec. 14, 1715, d. May 6, 1790
s/o John Gale, Jr. of Goshen, N.Y.,
Practiced medicine 50 yrs.
Md. Jun. 6, 1739, Hannah Eliot, b. Oct. 15, 1713, d/o Jared & Elizabeth (Smithson) Eliot,
Had 8 children.
Military: Served as Pvt. Capt. Aaron Steven's Co., 3rd Regt. of Orange Co. Militia (CR 3901) Yale 1733
GRIFFING, David, Capt. b. Dec. 23, 1763 at Southold, N.Y., d. Nov. 16, 1844,
s/o Capt. Daniel & Martha (Case) Griffing.
He md. Norwich, Ct., ca. 1780, Freelove Hilliard, b. Dec. 6, 1758.
Settled Killingworth.
Pensioner: 1840
Military: While his father commanded a company of men for the first 2 years of the war, David was in some capacity in the camp when only 12 yrs. old. 
GRIFFING, Peter, b. Southold, L. I., d. 1779.
Military: Commanded a company of Rangers to guard the Sound & Islands on the coast of 1771; was captured & d. on the prison ship "Jersey".  M. Patience Tabor.
GRIFFING, William, b. 1744, d. Jan. 11, 1808;
Md. Eunice who d. Apr. 22, 1796.
Military: Was in Capt. Daniel Hand's Co.,
HULL, Oliver, b. Mar. 26, 1747, d. Jan. 31, 1831,
s/o John & Lucy (Buell) Hill
Md. Martha Bill,
Had 6 children
Military: Member Capt. Ely's Co.
HURD, Abraham, b. 1725, d. Apr. 29, 1810
Md. 1753, Mary (Stevens) Wilcox
Had 10 children
Military: Member Conn. Line 1781-1783
HURD, Elnathan, Jr. b. Woodbury, Ct. Jan. 10, 1755, d. Killingworth, Ct. Apr. 27, 1846
Military: Member of Capt. Sill's Co.
Placed on Pension roll of Middlesex Co., Conn., 1833, m. Anna Ray, who d. Apr. 16, 1828.
Pensioner: 1840
HURD, Elnathan, Sr. b. Oct. 18, 1730, d. Sep. 8, 1794
Md. Abigail Carter, who d. May 1, 1799.
Military: Ens. Lexington Alarm
HURD, John I., b. 1757, d. Apr. 9, 1793
Military: Capt. Parelee's Co.
KELSEY, James, B. 1747, d. Jan. 12, 1824
Military: Member Capt. Martin Kirtland's Co., Col. Erastus Wolcott's Regt.
LESTER, Guy, b. 1763, d. Nov. 6, 1794
Md. Lucy who d. Mar. 25, 1793, ae 27 yrs.
Military: Member Robert Walker's Co.,
MERRILL, Samuel, b. 1749, d. Dec. 23, 1833
Md. Abigail Eaton
Military: A constant member of the Committee of Safety.  Commanded a company when militia was called out & was with army when Burgoyne surrendered,
Pensioner: 1832
MORGAN, William, b. Jun. 1, 1746, d. Killingworth, Ct., Jan. 17, 1824
s/o Theophilus Morgan,
Md. Nov. 23, 1769, Miriam Murdock who d. Jan. 17, 1824,
Had 7 children
Military: Served N.Y. campaign 1776 under Capt. Isaac Gallup & Col. Samuel Parsons.  Settled Killingworth.
MORGAN, Theophilas, b. Jun. 26, 1732, d. Feb. 7, 1788
s/o Theophilas Morgan
Md. (1) Dec. 7, 1752, Rebecca Shipman, she d. Oct. 17, 1769
Had 4 children.
Md. (2) Oct. 15, 1761, Phebe Merrils,
Had 6 children
Resided: Killingsworth.
Military: Private under Capt. John Williams & Col. Nathan Gallup at Port Griswold, 1779.
PARMELE, Constant, b. Durham, Ct., May 11, 1761, d. Killingworth, Ct., Mar. 27, 1843.
s/o Phineas & Eunice Parmelee,
Md. (1), Clinton, Ct., Aug. 28, 1783, Esther Fernham, b. Sep. 20, 1763, d. Mar. 4, 1820
Md. (2), Nov. 3, 1822, Hannah Kelsey, b. Sep. 13, 1775
Had 5 children.
Pensioner: 1840.
POST, James, b. 1761, d. May 2, 1841,
Pensioner 1840
REDFIELD, Roswell, b. Clinton, Ct., 1763; d. Sep. 15, 1838
Md. Juliana Stevens.
Military: Enl. 1778 in Capt. Job Wright's Co. & served other enlistments under different commands from Ct.
Pensioner 1832.
REDFIELD, Samuel, Capt., b. 1742, d. Jan. 8, 1812
Md. Juliana, who d. Aug. 3, 1836, ae 74
Capt. Joseph Blaque's Co.
REDFIELD, Simeon, b. 1752, d. Nov. 3, 1811
MIlitary: Capt. Gale's Co.
RUTTY, Jonah, 1742, d. Dec. 21, 1819
Md. (1) Sarah who d. May 17, 1804
Md. (2) Mary who d. Jan. 18, 1854, ae 83 yrs.
Military: Capt. Stevenson's Co.
STEVENS, Elias, b. Sep. 20, 1764, d. Jun. 6, 1852,
s/o Heil & Jane (Kelsey) Stevens
Md. (1) Jan. 27, 1785, Lucille Chapman
Md. (2) Lucretia Snow,
Had 10 children
Military: Col. Heman Swift's Regt.
STEVENS, Jeremiah, b. Dec. 23, 1750, d. May 3, 1835
s/o Elnathan & Mary (Hull) Stevens;
Md. Matience Holmes who d. Jan. 28, 1820
Had 5 children
Military: Capt. Baldwin's Co.
Pensioner: 1832.
TODD, Timothy, born Killingworth, Ct., May 16, 1753; died Rutland, Vt., Dec. 1, 1806
s/o Timothy & Abigail (Crane) Todd;
Md. Nov. 27, 1783, Phebe Buel, d/o Jehiel Buel
Children:  8
Mil:  Sergt. in Co. of Coast Guards under Capt. Samuel Lee; enl. May 15, 1780; was physician in Continental Army.
WILCOX, Stephen, born Jan. 8, 1740; died Jan. 20, 1823
s/o Stephen & Mary (Pierson) Wilcox
Reside: Killingworth
Md. (1) Dec. 5 1763, Sarah Hull, who died Feb. 1, 1796
Md. (2) Jan. 10, 1797, Sarah Davis.
Mil:  Capt. John Williams' Co.; dalled Deacon
WILCOX, Daniel, died Sep. 3 1802
Mil:  Capt. Steen's Co. (C.R. 226)
WILLCOX, John, born Jul. 1760; died Jul. 8, 1812
s/o John & Grace (Griswold) Wilcox
Reside: Killingworth, Ct.
Md. (1) June 17, 1781, Margaret Kelsey, who was b. Aug. 1, 1760
Md. (2) May 28, 1804, Sarah Huntington
Children: 14
Mil:  Capt. Prentice's Co. (C.R. 587); held rank of Capt.
WRIGHT, Benjamin, born 1760; died May 21, 1828;
Mil:  Col. H. Swift's Regt.
WRIGHT, Ezekiel, born 1748; died Jun. 18, 1826;
Mil:  Ct. Line 1777 - 81
WRIGHT, James, born 1757; died Aug. 6, 1834
Mil:  Lexington Alarm, 1775
WRIGHT, Job born Oct. 2, 1746; died Feb. 24, 1831
Md. Sarah Stevens
Mil:  Capt. in 7th Inf. Regt.

NOTES:

CLICK HERE to RETURN to
MIDDLESEX  COUNTY, CONNECTICUT
INDEX PAGE
CLICK HERE to RETURN to
CONNECTICUT
INDEX PAGE
FREE GENEALOGY RESEARCH is My MISSION
GENEALOGY EXPRESS
This Webpage has been created by Sharon Wick exclusively for Genealogy Express  2008
Submitters retain all copyrights